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I'm tired of my boyfriend being worn out.

Byline: Dear Coleen decent job outside of that. He constantly brings up the issue of money, reminding me that he wants wrong with making a good life for yourself. The question is, are you prepared to play second fiddle? He probably is tired when he not the right person for you. THE STRAIGHT-TALKING PROBLEM PAGE

Dear Coleen MY BOYFRIEND of five years uses the fact he's tired as an excuse for everything. The moment he greets me, he says he's exhausted.

He never returns my texts until at least an hour later, even when he's at home doing nothing.

He runs a business selling things online and also has a decent job outside of that.

He constantly brings up the issue of money, reminding me that he wants to be a millionaire. I used to find him ambitious but now I just think he's crazy.

We only meet once or twice a week and he's tired all the time. Am I not being very understanding? Coleen says IF HE'S this ambitious, does he really want a serious girlfriend? Obviously, there's nothing wrong with making a good life for yourself. The question is, are you prepared to play second fiddle? stops work but I understand that after five years of being with someone, you're looking for more commitment from him - you still only meet up once or twice a week. Some people are workaholics and thrive on the pressure but it can be hard to live with.

You have to admire his ambition but sadly you might have to accept that he's just not the right person for you.

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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jun 16, 2015
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