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If you’re dating a guy who needs you to carry him home after a night out or to keep a leash on him so he doesn’t go off an do something stupid, then I think you know the kind of guy you’re dating.
You see, grown men don’t just go about agreeing with everything their women say.
This isn’t to say that a guy working at Mc Donald’s isn’t a grown-ass man.
I’m not saying he has to have his whole career planned out, but if he blows off work when he doesn’t feel like going, quits or gets fired because he’s too lazy or the job is too boring, this guy still doesn’t know life isn’t always about doing whatever he wants to do all the time. A man doesn’t worry about who’s at fault — it doesn’t matter.
If he doesn’t have your back when you get into a confrontation (even if he doesn’t agree with you), he either doesn’t give a shit about you or he’s a coward. There’s nothing productive about assigning or arguing about blame. It’s been said many times that arguing in relationships is a good thing — it proves you’re both invested.
He puts his nose to the grind and produces results. ”, “I don’t know, whatever you want to do” conversations.
If you ask him what he wants to do, he gives you options, not a question or a volley in response.