Our expert says:
Some guys are like dogs chasing a car. They enjoy the chanse, but when a car stops, they don't really know what else to do with it.
And some people, guys and gals, tend to think ( maybe they're sometimes right ? ) that if they don't make a major success in their work in the early years, they may not get a second chance, and assume they can develop a lasting relationship if they start seriously aiming at that, rather later in life.
Are you being realistic in believing you can work it out together ? Presumably you both tried, or at least you did, "working it out" before now, and din't manage to do so ? Maybe with couples counselling for some expert assistance, you might have been more successful at managing this together.
You can't "work it out together" alone.
Fighting for him, if it actually means fighting him, is unlikely to work, either.
As others say, millions of people manage a hard-working work life, AND relationships and family. If he can't, its not because this is impossible to achieve but because he either doesn't really want to, or lacks some basic skills he could learn if he wanted to.
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