Thank you. This was so nice to get an answer from a female perspective. I really appreciate you taking the time to respond. And you’re right, I have slways supported all of his endeavours, so it doesn’t feel like too much to ask for him to support mine.BeyondTheNow said:Female here. Bottom line is your dreams/aspirations/goals are every bit as important as his. While stable home life is important, there are those (men and women) who want more out of life than being stuck at home and/or going to work every day in a job that does nothing else except pay the bills.
If you feel passionate about this career path and want to give it a try, then I think it’s fair of your SO to support your endeavours. Will it involve change and adapting on both of your parts? Absolutely. But if he can’t offer support and encouragement, just as I’m assuming you’ve offered him, then that’s an issue.