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He’s Not Sure If It’s Wrong of Him To Be Choosing His Career Over His Girlfriend

Because he doesn’t have a college degree, his current job is incredibly important to him, and it’s his desired career. His salary is in the low six-figure range, and he lives in a state where the cost of living is quite low, so he’s financially comfortable. Prior to the job he has now, he made about $23 an hour.

Once he got in trouble at work, he knew that he couldn’t continue dedicating so much time to his girlfriend. At this point, he feels like he has to choose between his job and his girlfriend, and he knows that, without a doubt, he wants to choose his career.

His plan is to tell his girlfriend that he will have to spend less of his time talking to her because it’s negatively affecting his work. He’s anticipating an intense argument to happen when he tells her this.

Now, he’s wondering if it’s bad that he’s feeling this way since his girlfriend relies on him so much for emotional support.

Do you think he’s wrong for choosing his job over his girlfriend?

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