JMyze Posted October 10, 2017 Share Posted October 10, 2017 In January, my fiance and I moved from the Midwest to the east coast and a city that is a high tourist area. We decided to move here because we were bored of the Midwestern way of life and wanted a change, and also because I have family here as well. We both agreed and were looking forward to being here, but my fiance has been unhappy about the increased temperature and higher volume of traffic. I must admit that the traffic here is pretty bad, and it stresses him out big time. He has always been a more moody and anxious person than the average guy. He hates crowds and he's not a people person, very introverted. I am to a point but he;s worse than me, and worse than anyone else I have met. He keeps telling me that he feels like he needs to escape all the hustle and bustle. I told him we can think about going elsewhere but it will take time to figure out where and set a budget. In the meantime, I suggested to him that he see a doctor and maybe he can get on some anti-anxiety meds to help take the edge off, but he's acting uninterested. Other than that, I don't really know what to tell him. I feel bad that he doesn't like it here, but I don't know how else to be supportive. It's hard enough for me to keep my cool when he has nothing but negative things to say about people, places, and things whenever we leave our house. When we are in the house all day on our day off from work, everything is great. Once we have to go and do anything, he acts like he's been tortured by God or something. I just don't know what he wants. I don't know how to be of better support to him. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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