My guy is nice and caring, but he can be quite a bore at the same time. He hates to party and would rather sit at home glued to the TV. He will not do anything until I force him. I have to literally drag him out of the house. At times, I wonder if I have made the right decision being in a relationship with him. He tells me I am too demanding. They say opposites attract, but my guy is now getting on my nerves. He says he prefers to be unassuming and low profiled. I am contemplating going my way, but I don't know how to say it. I do not want to hurt him. I have told him many times how I feel, but he refuses to change. He refuses to even listen to what I am saying.
Your guy seems to be of a shy, reserved nature. On the other hand, you are outgoing and party hearty. If you want to continue in the relationship, you will have to learn to live and let live. As they say, to each his own. He is happy being at home, while you want to paint the town red. Instead of cribbing, try to strike a middle path. You can divide time being at home with him and planning a night out. You are arguing with him, instead of reasoning things out. Tell him exactly how you feel about his lifestyle. It is up to you to make him loosen up. Chances are that he may be so tied up at work, that he prefers to be at home. So talk to him why he prefers to be at home, instead of getting out.
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