I can't blame him for not knowing about these things, because most people I know don't even take them into consideration.
These aren’t issues you typically learn about in school or see discussed on TV.
I often clash with him on this, since he can be old-school sometimes, when it comes to his thoughts on women.
I have been repulsed by how ignorant he is of the woman's struggle within the dynamics of media, culture, ethnic prejudices, cultivation theory, etc.
Read more: Don't Break Up With That Trump Supporter It may be a little extreme to divorce over a presidential candidate, assuming everything else in the marriage is good (although Trump fandom suggests that lots of things about your husband aren’t very good).
With zero professional experience and a complete lack of credentials, I'll take on your issues with compassion and humor (and I'll keep it anonymous). But, of course, we’ve had our falling-out moments, and have had to re-evaluate if this was the right time for us.
Dear Kelsey, I’ve been with my boyfriend for five months, and I’m very much in love with him.
Dating is a trial for spending your life with someone (or so it has been told).
So, if you're not interested in someone, why do you want to guilt trip yourself into spending time with him?