how do you pass the differences of (school)education between you and your partne

Romania
June 26, 2007 3:50am CST
what you can do when your partner has less education,less school then you and he can't understand why are you reading a book or a magazineor any intelectual activity only because he finds this very boring how to explain him that you find it very interesting?he'll never understand....and after many time would you find any subjects to talk with him?actually there aren't many comun points between you does this kind of relation saurvive?
2 responses
@puchapox (583)
• Philippines
26 Jun 07
Hello andrejuly84! I can somehow relate to that..The university I attended is known for its liberal/radical views and his is a private school. He thinks me and my friends are crazy with the way we view life in general and I think he's uptight. We deal with it through compromise. I think after 4 years we've both adjusted and learned from each other.
• Romania
26 Jun 07
oh,you're right you can adjust each to other but still will be differences.in my case he didn't even graduate the highschool and i am a student(university).so the differences are obvious.they weren't so at the beggining but now after six years they seem to be really deep
• Romania
26 Jun 07
oh,you're right you can adjust each to other but still will be differences.in my case he didn't even graduate the highschool and i am a student(university).so the differences are obvious.they weren't so at the beggining but now after six years they seem to be really deep
@sherinek (3323)
• United States
26 Jun 07
In my opinion, this is a very delicate area. I think one has to be very very careful. My spouse and I very rarely speak about our specific fields of work. We are in different fields and I am studying for my HR qualification now, where he is, below my level of education. He has given me all the freedom to do my studies and i in turn, do not ever talk to him regarding that. How much responsibility and qualifications i hold at my work, i dont relate at home. At home i am his wife and mom of my two kids. I think that is how things have to be. One cant love another for his level of education of status. Love is totally different to this type of things and if one finds nothing to talk to the partner other than his or her work, i think something is missing in that relationship. At home, we talk about our workplaces and if he tells me a problem, i dont give my opinion streight. I discuss and give points in a way that he can use it and dont lose his ego (lol). Anyway, there are a lot of couples with severe educational gaps who has beautiful and fruitful relationships. So, i think this is a question, that is personal to each couple. Anyway, i wish, people can find love apart from these worldly things. Good luck and Best wishes!