Despite the fact that he has six times the amount of money he’d be spending on new golf clubs in his savings account right now, his girlfriend is convinced that if he buys new golf clubs, they’ll have to push their wedding date back, as well as hold off on purchasing a house.
Several days ago, the situation came to a head when his girlfriend wanted to go to Target so that she could buy autumn-themed decor for the condo they’re renting together. While she shopped, he went two stores over to Golf Galaxy.
“I wanted to demo a few clubs I was looking at and talk to them about the turnaround time from the club fitting to receiving the clubs,” he shared.
Then, 45 minutes later, his girlfriend texted him to let him know that she was done shopping, and she asked where he was.
He responded, saying that he was nearly done at the golf store, suggesting that she come over to the store to wait for him since he’d be walking out of the store in just a few minutes.
Unfortunately, his girlfriend lost it once more, asking to look at his bank accounts as well as his credit card accounts.
She said that she didn’t believe their relationship or their future marriage truly mattered to him. Plus, she called him “selfish” and claimed that he wasn’t taking her perspective into consideration.
Back at their condo, he reached his limit and broke up with his girlfriend. He said to her that he would pay for the rest of the lease, and he asked her to move out. He also offered up the option of subletting their condo.
After that, he packed enough clothes to get by for a week, as well as all his golf gear, so that his girlfriend didn’t damage any of it.
Since the fight, he has been living with his parents while he waits for his now ex-girlfriend to let him know what she wants to do about their condo.
Once he moved out, his ex-girlfriend’s friends have been messaging him and calling him a jerk, “selfish,” and saying that he “never cared about her.”
He hasn’t texted back to any of them. He hasn’t spoken to his ex other than telling her that he wants to know as soon as possible what her thoughts are about the condo.
Do you think he was wrong to break up with his girlfriend over golf clubs?
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