I met my girlfriend whilst at university. She wasn't at univeristy. She came to live with me at my student house. She had a child but he lived with her parents. He is 2.
We fell in love, and months down the line she was asked to move up to her parents to bond with her son and spend more time with him. He parents live 300 miles from my university. Her parents said I could move up. It was a hard choice to make, but I figured if I move up I can focus on internet marketing, a fresh start, and rejoin university up here in a year or two.
I've been here for 4 months, and I feel it was a bad mistake.
My girlfriends child is not mine, but he comes with the relationship, so I play my part when I can. At the moment income is DRY. I have no income. So I spend a lot of time working, and learning to build up what I had in 2009.
My girlfriend never seems to leave me alone. I work from home. She thinks because I work from home I am at hand whenever she needs me. Now considering I have gave up my life to spend time with her and build a future she should have some darn respect for me.
She called me down just and said "can you watch (the 2 year old) whilst I make his dinner". Now I was doing something important, fully focused. I told her straight she could put him in his high chair whilst she makes his tea, instead of disturbing me for no reason at all.
I'm just venting, so feel free to ignore me, but the point is if I was in an office, she couldnt call me whenever she needed anything.
I'm the bread winner (at least i will be once the income starts rolling). I shouldnt have to do the silly jobs around the house, or be interupted whilst I'm working over something stupid.
To be honest I don't even think I want a relationship at this point in my life. I'm starting to dislike her because of her silly attitude. But if I move back to my parents, I'm back where I started, and I don't want to do that.
I think the best option is to get an office and work away from home. If I'm out the house 12 hours a day because I'm under a heavy workload then that's her own fault for driving me out the house during working hours.