|inspired by valentine's day and anniversary 6 days post v-day...
||[Feb. 11th, 2013|10:54 pm]
The Question Club
consider this: any time you have extra money, you love to spend it on your s/o. it makes you happier than spending it on yourself, especially because you know they don't buy a lot of things for their own self to enjoy/don't really spend their money on anything besides what they have to. to put it in perspective you would literally spend an entire paycheck on things/doing things for your s/o because you genuinely like to, and you love to do things for them.|
well, now you have no income, $15 to your name, yet your s/o has come into quite a bit of extra money what with bonuses, tax refunds, paycheck, the like. your "just because" gifts have normally been one sided. you're really hoping for a nice valentine's day and a nice gift as well to show a little bit of their love. but seeing as how you've never received your own just because gift/s, you're thinking that your s/o has the mindset of "well you can't buy me anything so why should i buy you anything?" for the upcoming holiday.
do you chalk this up as part of your own personality/you being very generous and outwardly loving and selfless, as part of their personality, or them straight up being selfish? do you say anything to them about it?
and no my fiance isn't a dick, he is very kind and loving, just not as outwardly as i can be. this is just something that's been bugging me for a while. so, thoughts/feelings?!