relationship advice (post new situation)
 
 
"I like him but..."
 
There is this guy I like and he likes me, we have been dating for a month and a half. He asked m to be his girlfriend on the second date and to be honest at first I felt as if it was too quick but I said yes. I see him once a week because he works and well I go to school, so on weekends we get to be with one another which I enjoy. I am 20 years old and he is 24, we get along, he is kind of a weirdo, but I don't mind it that much. However, my dad is very protective, he wants to see me dating a doctor or an engineer, this guy studies art and he lives on a very dangerous neighborhood.The last time I went there me and a group of his friends got robbed and it has been hell since I lost everything. Anyway, yesterday, I met up with some friends of mine and I invited him. He was cool and everything but my friends tought that he was a weirdo and that I should not be with him because he did not deserved a girl like me. I have always been surrounded by rich people, I am not rich but I always got into private schools because of my grades, so most of my friends notice too much on the background of a person. I dont think that they are judging him based on his money but, I think that they saw his lack of knowledge. The main problem was that yesterday he told me, I know that you are embarrased of me being your boyfriend. He tells everyone about me, and that he wants me in his future but now he thinks that I don't because i am ashamed which I am sometimes, especially with my father who believes that people like him are losers. I don't know what to do. Everyone tells me to stop seeing him...should I listen to them?
 
posted by Inka (age 20) on 3/27/2017 @1:40:03 AM •
 
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