‘But we had nothing in common and I didn’t enjoy visiting them at all.
‘My ex was ambition and did his own thing – he made a life for himself in a way that the rest of his family never did.
A mate recently told me that although she was sick of Tinder and Bumble, she didn’t want to join a dating app like Inner Circle (an invitation-only app for young professionals) for fear that is would be ‘too middle class’ for her.
Maybe your differences will be complimentary (yin & yang), maybe those differences will end up being something you both laugh about, or perhaps they’ll end up being your strengths.‘In the end, I felt judged and to be honest, I judged them too.It was probably a main contributor to our eventually breaking up.’ She says that she was disappointed in herself that his family’s situation irked her so much.You may be someone who finds being outside of your comfort zone too distressing and that’s absolutely fine, be realistic, do what’s best for you.
Examine your assumptions What are they really about? Perhaps when you look at them some of your assumptions are invalid, unfair, someone else’s, fuelled by your own underlying insecurities or inconsequential to the way that you live (few of us live a Downton Abbey lifestyle).
When two people from different “leagues” start dating, they don’t notice any striking differences between them.