Hello. I am a female, coming up 29 years old. My live in BF and I have been together approx 15 months. We discussed our futures about 6-9 months ago and were happy to continue with eachother (and in love) which included a family in approx 2 years. Now, 15 months into the relationship and living togetehr for about 10-12 months, he decides he NEVER wants children. There are other issues in the relationship too, but this is the major, and I think the others are big too, i.e. he never does a thing around my place, i cook, clean, wash, house, feed, etc etc and is hardly home. I am alone alot of the time. We both have dogs and his is horrible, (gross, hygene is disgusting and ruins my things and my house) but he wants me basically to neglect my dog and leave him outside in winter (24/7) and he is a miniature dog. It seems there are too many compromises from me, to even continue this relationship, but I am still finding it hard as its so much easier said than done. Shoudl I even think about compromising no children with him which is a huge committment, when really he is not offering me anything except being a live in maid. Plus he wont committ to me at this stage, which I know is early, but I would expect something from someone who you are considering compromising something so big from. Sorry if this sounds all over the place, but there are so many things going on in my head. maybe it just needs to be put in the too hard basket. Any advice? Thanks
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