Boyfriend Still Acting Like a Bachelor
My boyfriend and I of 4 years have a 2 year old daughter and we recently moved in together. We split up the first time because of his love of the night life. He's a fun loving person who sees no wrong in partying every night. Rarely will he get home earlier than 10.00 p.m and this is putting a strain on our relationship and our sex life since I have to wake up before him to go to work. He never feels the need to let me know where he is or with whom and I'm the one always calling to find out when he'll be home. It's just a week into living together and already I'm wondering whether I made a mistake by moving in. Please help
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