My girlfriend is about to start making absurd amounts of money, almost 7 figures kind of money.

My girlfriend is about to start making absurd amounts of money, almost 7 figures kind of money. I haven't spoken to her about this and have only been encouraging and happy for her, but I'm wondering if she will see me as a cuck or a loser. have any of you robots dealt with something like this before?

  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >have any of you robots dealt with something like this before?

    Having a gf?

    No, we haven't

    [...]

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Unironically start preparing for her to leave you.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      She's a bit of a shut in. Her entire life is work, me, and some meetings with her friends. I don't think she wants to leave me.

      how though? did she start a successful business?
      did you plan on making her your wife? if not then it doesn't really matter at all does it?

      she works for a FAANG and got promoted to some kind regional branch assistant director or something.
      >did you plan on making her your wife? if not then it doesn't really matter at all does it?
      Yeah we've been dating for 2 years now so it's serious. We regularly talk about marriage and our future, but she always says she wants to make more money then she will "make a step in that direction". this news was announced thursday via email so "the talk" is coming soon. fuck I haven't felt this dreadful in years

      One common way to own yourself in a situation like this is for YOU to get so fixated on it that YOU end up sabotaging the relationship out of your own insecurity. Figure out a way to casually / jokingly acknowledge it so that it's not an unspoken source of tension but you're also making clear that it's not eating away at you

      this is what I'm scared of. But lets be honest anon, why the fuck would she date a civil engineer making low 6 figures when her new position + bonuses would give her a nice almost 7 figure income? then on the other hand, she definietly doesn't have her sights on other guys afaik, and has always showed me love and affection. idk how to approach this other than waiting for her to leave me. or maybe I make a stupid decision and leave her because of my own insecurities. there is no winning play here

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >She's a bit of a shut in. Her entire life is work, me, and some meetings with her friends. I don't think she wants to leave me
        She might not leave you this year, or in 5 years even. But she will eventually leave you.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          That's why you do this

          Marry her if possible
          Do it now before she realizes

          Women do it all of the time to get half of the big cash
          Now you have the ability to do it
          It can also discourage her from leaving if that's what you want

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Imagine marrying someone who will eventually come to despise you.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              At least he will be capable of striking then, unlike most men who go through the same.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I doubt the courts would give him anything. Plus, you don't want to contribute to scumbaggery in society.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        You a structural engineer? It's pretty hard to make 6 figures any other way in the civil field.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          yes that's my specialization. got my job straight out of grad school

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            ok, so I'm guessing you work on bridges?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >there is no winning play here
        The winning play is to trust your partner that if they didn't want to be with you they wouldn't be with you. Look at it from her perspective and how much it would hurt her if she really liked you and she watched your insecurities tear things apart in slow motion

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          To prevent this from happening I will not bring it up and continue things as normal. The ball is in her park. I love this woman and I'm truly happy for her, but I can't be a cuck. Back in my incel days I swore it off.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >but I can't be a cuck
            As long as you maintain a good sense of your own self-worth and trust in her you should be able to tell the difference between you being hypersensitive versus something that actually needs to be pushed back on

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Hope the best for you my guy.
            Don't let the blackpillers get to you.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              I hope for the best for you man and let's hope your luck streak continues. Just like it's extremely unlikely that a person gets with a girl with that kind of salary, maybe that same guy can also get the girl who won't change the way she feels about him.

              Thanks a lot guys. Just needed to vent somewhere where they won't call me a misogynist.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                you know what, my parent's marriage didn't last, but my mother was earning more than my father when they met, and I think he had substantial debt when they married.
                though she was old when she had me and my sister (in her 40s).
                it's fairly interesting, we will have a large surplus of highly educated, high earning women, and unemployed men.

                I'd never cheat on her though. And I don't think she would either.

                if you become dependent on her financially, you'll be 5 times more likely to cheat on her, than if she married someone with her earning rate.
                Even if you say you won't cheat.
                It's just a statistical fact man, sorry.
                funnily enough, that NPR article mentions the high earning wife will do more housework just to seem "non-threatening" to the man. it's kind of funny how feminism falls apart when what it preaches is put into practice.
                cheers. 🙂

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I know that this is a very retarded idea, but would you be able to speak to/contact a woman in a similar situation to get her thoughts? I mean, shoot an email to a professor/high earning person through indeed or even contact a doctor? Again, I realize how ridiculous this sounds but sometimes a shot in the dark does hit.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Well the first stage of grief is always denial.
            there are all kinds of interesting articles about the subject.
            for instance, you'll be 5X more likely to cheat on her now that she's making an ass load more than you.
            https://www.npr.org/2015/02/08/384695833/what-happens-when-wives-earn-more-than-husbands

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              I'd never cheat on her though. And I don't think she would either.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Bong here, the money Americans make an average is fucking ridiculous

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Because there is basically no public service, you have to pay everything yourself, and worker rights are utter garbage. Their public transportation is also subpar, and the rent is insane.
          If I moved to American I'd need 2x to 3x my salary to keep the same safety and quality of life.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >why the fuck would she date a civil engineer making low 6 figures
        Because unless she's smoking hot she's probably not going to find anyone better. Have some self-respect man you're doing well for yourself.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >why the fuck would she date a civil engineer making low 6 figures when her new position + bonuses would give her a nice almost 7 figure income?
        Not him, but this is the dynamic my parents have. My mother is and always has been the breadwinner in high ladder managerial and business positions, whereas my father is just a (licensed) technician. Completely different environments, and she gets paid way more. They've been together for over 30 years at least, and show no signs of tearing apart. So, it's not unfathomable.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          not unfathomable but damn, I almost never hear of it happening.

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    how though? did she start a successful business?
    did you plan on making her your wife? if not then it doesn't really matter at all does it?

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Dump her, before she dumps you. If she is making that money and is not on of, she's probably ugly anyway

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    One common way to own yourself in a situation like this is for YOU to get so fixated on it that YOU end up sabotaging the relationship out of your own insecurity. Figure out a way to casually / jokingly acknowledge it so that it's not an unspoken source of tension but you're also making clear that it's not eating away at you

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Marry her if possible
    Do it now before she realizes

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That's why you do this [...]
      Women do it all of the time to get half of the big cash
      Now you have the ability to do it
      It can also discourage her from leaving if that's what you want

      i'm not going to marry her just for some big payout. you guys are cucks if you would do that. I make a very nice income on my own and if push comes to shove I won't need her. Just sad to see my first serious long term relationship come to an end because she became successful.

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    She will 100% leave you. This is science.
    There is literally 1, ONE thing that women consistently look for in a relationship and that is that the man MUST make more money that her. This was confirmed in multiple studies decades apart. Not looks, not face, not height, not dicksize, not anything else is as important to a woman as the man being more successful than her.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      False, someone posted studies with insane sample sizes the other day showing the NUMBER ONE factor in female marital satisfaction was height. Nothing else comes even CLOSE.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I'm torn between being happy for her and screaming in anger because she will make more money in quarter than my entire yearly salary. Fuck this life man

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        it's not really fair for either of you to stay together at that point IMO, which is shitty.
        but there's just to much of a societal expectation on men to provide, and it would be ridiculous for you to be still wasting your life working when, as you said.
        she makes so much more than you.
        since you aren't married yet, she will probably want to find someone who wouldn't have that issue when they are married.
        If you do marry, try to become a trophy husband, if she doesn't accept your proposal, then point out that the relationship isn't going to work with her making so much money, and move on with your life.
        because that's the only way I see your relationship lasting.

        It is what it is.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          It's some of the reasons you listed and others why the more a woman earns, the more likely they will end up alone.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Okay but it's not like I'm making nothing. I make around ~150k/year. Compared to her though, my salary becomes dwarfed. I'm wondering how this dynamic will affect our relationship. You're right, society sees me as the breadwinner, so would she look down on me because of this? But what if I'm just worried about nothing? Should I bring it up first? We're open about everything but things like this might make me look even worse or give her ideas. idfk man. Everywhere else I mention this I'm shunned as a "sexist" or "misogynist".

          Women NEVER date down unless you have insanely good physical traits. She will subconsciously sabotage the relationship.

          tbh I don't think she's that kind of woman. She's reserved and doesn't feed into that stacy bullshit for the most part.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >second quote
            Not the anon, but you're in for a rude awakening. Stop pedestalizing before it's too late.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            It's not stacy bullshit, it's female nature. She will panic at one point and start asking herself the question "is this the best I can do? do I really want to spend all my potential on this man?"

            You can't understand the female perspective because men just chill out once they get into a relationship and accept their partner as is, for the most part.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >It's not stacy bullshit, it's female nature. She will panic at one point and start asking herself the question "is this the best I can do? do I really want to spend all my potential on this man?"
              It's kind of what happened to a friend of mine. He was always a smart guy, but had plans to do something not very lucrative. She had plans to pursue something that would make good money and pretty much forced him to become a lawyer.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Don't put her attention on that!
            It's in your best interest to trick her as much as possible now, as to extend the relationship. Stop all talk about your salary, let her imagine you earn more, if possible. Don't talk about her own, as to keep her mind OFF it so she doesn't compare to yours.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >it's not as if I make nothing
            okay, well let's put it this way;
            if you make 150k, and she's making 850k then you'd be making 17.65% of her salary.
            so imagine if she was making your current salary,
            17.65% of 150k would be 26,475 per year.
            That would be like a female attorney dating someone working at Mc Donalds.
            That's not ever happening, I don't give a shit how good you look, that's not going to work.
            Why do you think sites like Elite Singles exist?
            It's so high earners can find companionship in their own wealth bracket.
            There are probably some really depressing statistics that you can search for, I honestly am not even going to look them up, because I just know it wouldn't work for me.
            I wouldn't ever even consider marrying a woman who made 370k as someone making nearly 65k per year, because I'm not so delusional to think I am attractive to the point of not having to work.
            And that's what you'd have to be at that point for the relationship to last. You'd need to be a 9/10

  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    It's over.
    If you're not beautiful or a criminal, she'll start seeing you as devoid of something to offer.

  9. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Just play it cool, maybe you will get to live in her big house

  10. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >about to
    sounds like delusional kids in college
    you ain't making that money until you got paid that money stop believing thr bullshit your dumbass failures of a college professors tell you, they failed at life and are there to shill you a pyramid scheme

  11. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    rob that bitch and trade up for someone prettier
    thats what women want from men, aspirations for greatness and a complete disregard for who they fuck over in the process

  12. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    It shouldnt matter unless you work fast food or something like that.

  13. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Women NEVER date down unless you have insanely good physical traits. She will subconsciously sabotage the relationship.

  14. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Happened to me OP. At first it didn't change anything, then she developed a shopping addiction and became very materialistic,and a bit careless. In the end she discarded me like she would with material stuff

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      How were things in the relationship before you guys split? Did she stop showing affection? Did she go out with you less? Did she cheat? I'm just trying to compile some signs and compare it with my situation.

  15. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Somewhat. My ex gf wound up making shitloads of money a few years ago. Her and i broke up because we e-dated internationally as teenagers but then realized as we got older that it wasn't a realistic relationship. About a year after splitting up she began making a ton of money on only fans. While I felt really weird about it, she kept wanting to speak with me for a long time. I would hate hearing her talk about her only fans collab drama and her talking about all of the cool shit she would buy so i kept pushing her away. She kept reaching back out to me though and i honestly don't know why. We talked fairly consistently throughout this year but i will ghost her sometimes and now she is ghosting me. She might come back but idk.

    Anyways, this is why Jante's law exists. Relationship dynamics become all sorts of fucked up once you introduce a ton of money to it. Just try not to talk about it. Just keep treating things as they were and assume she will still love you. If she doesn't, so be it, but just let it happen and know there is nothing you could've done to stop it.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      seems really random, how did you guys meet? Also, she never wanted you to fly out to her or have her visit you during all of this time?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Anyways, this is why Jante's law exists. Relationship dynamics become all sorts of fucked up once you introduce a ton of money to it. Just try not to talk about it. Just keep treating things as they were and assume she will still love you. If she doesn't, so be it, but just let it happen and know there is nothing you could've done to stop it.

      I'm inclined to do this honestly. Let her bring it up, be happy for her, but by no means will I become a carpet for this woman. It's not the big "I'm leaving you" that I'm afraid of guys, it's the subtle things that wear a man down and make him feel like he's a cuck or beneath his partner. Other guys might be okay with this this, but I will not accept it. It is what it is.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >"the talk"
        I might be retarded but what exactly do you mean by this? Are you referring to a conversation about the status and future plans or your relationship? Also, she could very well be sharing your insecurities and thinking that you might leave her anon.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Like I mentioned before we regularly talk about our future. She always said that she wants to earn more before we have kids/marry. Now that she definitely meets those requirements, we will eventually discuss our future once again. My fear is that she will just tell me that I'm basically not good enough for her and that she will be leaving me. You have no idea how big of a motivator wealth is for people, especially in marriage/relationships. It's like something that I should be cheering for is signaling the end my relationship. Fucking sucks man

          >but I can't be a cuck
          As long as you maintain a good sense of your own self-worth and trust in her you should be able to tell the difference between you being hypersensitive versus something that actually needs to be pushed back on

          Only time can tell. She's never done anything like that and she does show me affection daily. But let's see how that works out when every man she's working with makes much more than me.

          >it's not as if I make nothing
          okay, well let's put it this way;
          if you make 150k, and she's making 850k then you'd be making 17.65% of her salary.
          so imagine if she was making your current salary,
          17.65% of 150k would be 26,475 per year.
          That would be like a female attorney dating someone working at Mc Donalds.
          That's not ever happening, I don't give a shit how good you look, that's not going to work.
          Why do you think sites like Elite Singles exist?
          It's so high earners can find companionship in their own wealth bracket.
          There are probably some really depressing statistics that you can search for, I honestly am not even going to look them up, because I just know it wouldn't work for me.
          I wouldn't ever even consider marrying a woman who made 370k as someone making nearly 65k per year, because I'm not so delusional to think I am attractive to the point of not having to work.
          And that's what you'd have to be at that point for the relationship to last. You'd need to be a 9/10

          I understand how bleak me chances are, but like I said there is a high chance I'm just making a huge deal out of nothing. So I will jokingly bring this up and let her take it from there.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I wouldn't even joke about it. Let her stay in the dark as long as possible, or she'll start boiling rationalizations.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              If I don't address it then it'll only get worse. Do you realize that she could get with any of the guys she works with and live a quality of life she can only dream of? And what's stopping her? Because she loves a civil engineer? But regardless, I won't let anxiety take control and I'll see how it goes. It's really all in her hands.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I hope for the best for you man and let's hope your luck streak continues. Just like it's extremely unlikely that a person gets with a girl with that kind of salary, maybe that same guy can also get the girl who won't change the way she feels about him.

  16. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    She will 100% dump you, im sorry to say, is just how woman are programmed to be, if she is more succesful than you she will start to look for something better.

    Is not anyones fault, our monkey brain just works like that due to centuries of evolution.
    Start looking for someone else

  17. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Marry her ASAP. If she wants to cuck you after that, you get a lot of money out of it.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      he's got his own money and loves the girl anon, he doesn't need it.

  18. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >have any of you robots dealt with something like this before?
    not on that scale
    I'm broke as hell and usually, I can barely pay the rent because my only source of income is freelancing and I'm an alcoholic
    my gf usually borrows me money/pays for food or even cigs/vodka, so I'm more or less dependent on her
    I feel bad about it, but I know there's nothing I can do for the moment
    I can only imagine how miserable you feel considering your situation
    there's nothing that makes a man feel more like shit than being financially dependent on someone else

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      the dude pulls around 150k anon

  19. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Actual married guy here

    Ignore the incels. If she loves you the money won't change that. Unless you make it weird. You are a successful guy. Not some loser. Most of the people commenting in this thread are total losers and talking from their own perspective.

  20. 2 weeks ago
    No

    This is just a humble brag thread. Fuck you OP

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I'm likely to lose the love of my life and there is no one else for me to talk to. Nowhere else where you find relationship dynamics being discussed in such a raw way. Her huge success might spell the end of our relationship man.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        what is the plan you made based off the opinions shared in this thread?

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Ignore it, all of my worries stem from assuming that she is going to behave like a classic "Stacy" and discard me now that she has loads of money. Bring it up in a light joking way and let her address it how she sees fit. But by all means I will not become a cuck or be disrespected now that she makes more than me. I love her and cherish her, she knows this and I know she loves me. But money changes people big time. Like the guys she will be working with are making 7 figures and talking about their 10 homes and expensive hobbies. You guys don't understand that she will be in an environment that encourages her to "upgrade".

          But I think we can make it. If not, it was nice while it lasted I guess.

          Ah yes, what a wise and completely sane place to get advice on how to lead a healthy love life from

          Tell me where else to post this shit man. I'll be shunned and banned from any other platform.

          Get married to her ASAP so you can get that sweet alimony on divorce. She won't leave you then.

          I don't need her money. I don't want to sleep next to someone who doesn't want me. I'd rather die alone.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            You shouldn't post it at all. You should talk about it with people you trust, above all her.
            There are women out there that will run away at the first sign of weakness. You don't want to be with them.
            But if you are too chicken to talk to her first, go to other people you trust, not mentally ill strangers in an anti-woman echo chamber.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Only reason I'm on LULZ is because these are just intrusive thoughts I'm having right now. They have some merit, but knowing her for over 2 years now, she likely won't leave me or change her mind about our relationship. The thing is, money changes people and her environment will encourage her to move even further away from me. I have hope that we can make it regardless, but these thoughts are itching my brain. Not enough to talk to my brother or father though. I don't want to look like an idiot who's sperging over his girlfriend becoming successful.

              I'm also 31 man. If this woman leaves, it's unlikely I'll be able to develop such a strong bond with a woman again. That's what really drives it home. Fuck my life man.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Nah dude
                Communicationmaxxing is the key. You are much more likely to beat yourself up over your own anxieties than anybody else is, especially people you love. Bonding is entirely about sharing parts of ourselves that are flawed.

                If that sounds too optimistic, there's a cynical root to the same thing: the "in for a penny, in for a pound" principle. The more costs you expect from somebody in helping you, the more likely they will look at the sunk cost and be unwilling to leave. Look at yourself right now, you certainly don't see an alternative to her despite these new anxieties.

                And anyway, 31 is not that late, that's based on outdated expectations. It maters more for women, who only have 10 years or so to have kids, but that just sucks for them, older men younger women relationships are common. Besides it only took you 2 years to get where you are now, that's 1/5th of the dacade until you are 40. My mom and dad fucked up their first marriage and both got better ones in their early 40s that I can't imagine disintegrating now, 15 years later. You should avoid that, but my point is the time limit seems way more real in your head. Look at how many 18 year olds are panicking that they can never find love because they haven't yet.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              yeah he should just straight tell her he doesn't trust her and that he feels insecure about what he brings to the table in the relationship that's a GREAT plan oh wait no that's fucking retarded you dumb bitch

              Only reason I'm on LULZ is because these are just intrusive thoughts I'm having right now. They have some merit, but knowing her for over 2 years now, she likely won't leave me or change her mind about our relationship. The thing is, money changes people and her environment will encourage her to move even further away from me. I have hope that we can make it regardless, but these thoughts are itching my brain. Not enough to talk to my brother or father though. I don't want to look like an idiot who's sperging over his girlfriend becoming successful.

              I'm also 31 man. If this woman leaves, it's unlikely I'll be able to develop such a strong bond with a woman again. That's what really drives it home. Fuck my life man.

              just don't let it affect you, stay confident in yourself, and keep building your life and career. I know a couple dudes in your situation and there are no glitches in their relationship because they basically didn't give a shit. just be the same stable decent guy as always, have some plans for the future, and you'll be fine

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Nah dude
                Communicationmaxxing is the key. You are much more likely to beat yourself up over your own anxieties than anybody else is, especially people you love. Bonding is entirely about sharing parts of ourselves that are flawed.

                If that sounds too optimistic, there's a cynical root to the same thing: the "in for a penny, in for a pound" principle. The more costs you expect from somebody in helping you, the more likely they will look at the sunk cost and be unwilling to leave. Look at yourself right now, you certainly don't see an alternative to her despite these new anxieties.

                And anyway, 31 is not that late, that's based on outdated expectations. It maters more for women, who only have 10 years or so to have kids, but that just sucks for them, older men younger women relationships are common. Besides it only took you 2 years to get where you are now, that's 1/5th of the dacade until you are 40. My mom and dad fucked up their first marriage and both got better ones in their early 40s that I can't imagine disintegrating now, 15 years later. You should avoid that, but my point is the time limit seems way more real in your head. Look at how many 18 year olds are panicking that they can never find love because they haven't yet.

                I'll hope for the best. Thanks for the words of encouragement anons, it helps a lot.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >10 homes and expensive hobbies.
            Meh. Not everyone is into that. I'd be the most boring rich man ever. Of course if you start from the assumption that women can't feel the same way about wealth then you're probably screwed regardless.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >Not everyone is into that.
              Women are

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Well make sure you keep your eyes out for signs that relationship is falling apart, mainly pointless anger and resentment on her part, less sex, secretive texting, going out with "friends" more. The resentment thing is extremely common, most gals will turn it on you instead to justify themselves.

            You can say "she's not that type!" all you want but it doesn't change the fact that she has a brain completely different than yours. Hope it works out anon

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Either this or it's fake OP gave 0 details that could help us help him.

      OP didn't even tell us if they are 25 or 40 years old which is super relevant given the topic

  21. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Get married to her ASAP so you can get that sweet alimony on divorce. She won't leave you then.

  22. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Ah yes, what a wise and completely sane place to get advice on how to lead a healthy love life from

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This. Do the opposite of what /LULZ/ says and odds are things will end up better.

  23. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    How old are you and your gf
    Oriniginu

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I'm 31 and she's 30.

  24. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    She won't see you any different. Do not listen to anyone in this thread. They're all jealous crabs in a bucket

  25. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    This is tough dude. I think things will still be good for a number of years, but eventually it'll be broken off. Small arguments etc etc because in her mind she doesn't see you as lesser due to earning more, but that subtle psychological baseline aspect of a female nature does and she won't even recognize its effect.

    Anon here's the other thing - do you think you can find someone loving and affectionate who earns less than you? I'd say the only realistic option is to let this play out, bottle it up, and treat it as an experiment - for example, assume that she will leave but test your hypothesis by letting the relationship run its course.
    If/when it happens, then you can conclude that males must earn more period.

  26. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Stop using this board if you're this weak mentally dude. You're letting an echochamber of delusions affect your relationship and sound very insecure.
    Not, it doesn't make you a cuck. When I married my wife she had 6x my savings, it's never has been a problem.
    If your relationship is so fragile than it get bad for earning less than her you have others issues to worry about.

  27. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    kek enjoy the single life anon. With any luck she'll burn out because she was promoted too fast (they're desperate to promote females as quickly as possible)

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