Re: Logically how can love exist?
True, guess I also doubt her "non-materialism", all I have is words and some action at the moment and although she has earned some benefit of the doubt, trust is not fully established. It's going to be ups and downs, even my first business didn't come without cost to my marriage, 84 hour work weeks and I didn't have time for her, and the only time I could squeeze was for our daughter. I don't know what the future will hold but I'm certain of sacrifices. She's a very simple lady, and she has been sheltered, so I question her strength as well.
My plan Bs are to sustain the downtimes of plan A, but not to sustain myself long-term and definitely not to provide for a family again, I don't have unlimited properties to sell. I'm willing to risk going broke and bankrupt to pursue my dreams, but for that... well, I guess that's another reason why girlfriend feels like a burden to me.