I’m not sure if I’m making the right decision.

I’m not sure if I’m making the right decision.

But I keep thinking that there’s no one like this.

I’d like you to see if you think I made the right decision.

We’ve been dating for about four years.

I’m in my sixth year as an office worker at a state-run company.

My boyfriend runs two brand convenience stores in Gyeonggi Province.

They are both small, one at the entrance of the apartment complex and one at the entrance of the studio town across the street.

There’s no one around here but Home Plus, so it’s a commercial monopoly.

I’m pretty good at making ends meet.

As you all know, the convenience store itself is not in the middle of the street.

We don’t have that much net income, so the monthly net income is…

As far as I know, it’s less than the salary of a large company.

People are really nice and nice.

He grew up in a generous family, graduated from a decent school,

I got a job at the company, but it doesn’t suit me.

We’ll take over the convenience store with the support of our parents.

And then my parents gave me one more.

My parents paid me for my retirement.

I’m not getting any more than my parents’ house and pension.

To be honest with you, people themselves have little desire for material or accomplishment.

I’m a watery person.

I’m a bit competitive and I like to aim for something.

So I always liked to take on roles and responsibilities in meetings and organizations.

When I first met him, he was so different from me that I thought he wouldn’t fit me.

He always asks my opinion before he does.

I didn’t have as much trouble as I thought.

But there’s only one thing I can’t coordinate.

My boyfriend has six high school friends.

I really don’t like them.

Sometimes when I get into a real fight, 99% of them get involved.

Let me give you some examples.

1. A and B called on a date at 11 p.m. and asked to borrow only 1 million won.

Boyfriend transfers without asking or questioning. “Why don’t we listen to the reason?” He said, “There may be a reason.” Turns out I was in the room salon and I wanted to drink more, but I didn’t have enough money.

2. Collecting money in the travel world, couples went on a trip together with 10 people, and they bought alcohol from their boyfriend’s convenience store.

Let’s say soju and beer are the same. App***Bodka, spirits, dried snacks, etc. cost more than 800,000 won, but that’s excluded from N Bread. When I saw the group chat later, I thought it was a good meal thanks to you’re done. Your boyfriend was on me? And then move on. The cost of the trip was 20 per person, so we don’t understand why they paid for the trip.

3. C’s setting up a bar. I’m not good at cooking, but I just set up a store for my Instagram photos. I’ve been consulting and selling like a cart bar. But my nose exploded and I got a part-timer. He said he was too tired to do it alone and asked for help. He gave me extra money for dinner and asked me to do it until midnight. He wrote that he was going to close the door for personal reasons from noon to morning. He’s going to help his store. I fought because I couldn’t understand it, but I got caught after doing a few similar things without telling me. I didn’t work for money. You’re going to lose your own money, and you’re going to work unpaid.

There was a definite process by which one made people into friends, and it involved talking to them and listening to them for hours at a time. My mother used to say that there are no strangers, only friends you haven't met yet. She's now in a maximum security twilight home in Australia. I've learned that all a person has in life is family and friends. If you lose those, you have nothing, so friends are to be treasured more than anything else in the world.

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