They say body language is 90% of a persons thought process during a conversation. So, if I'm talking with dh about buying a house together and that as soon as he gets his Masters Degree in another year and he's able to get a better paying job, we can be better qualified for a home, what should I think if dh has zero response to that conversation? I'm concerned and when I was talking with him about it, he felt no need to contribute any thoughts to the conversation. I'm a little afraid to approach it. I do know he doesn't like to feel completely responsible for ownership of a home, but, he's not because I have a down payment already from the death of a relative, so I feel I'm contributing in that way.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 8:45 PM on Aug. 18, 2009 in Money & Work
Answer by EireLass at 8:49 PM on Aug. 18, 2009
Did you repeat yourself and ask him to answer the question? If he didn't I would ask him to ask the question. I wouldn't let him not respond unless he then said he doesn't want to talk about it. Not responding at all is not good. I would talk to him about it again. Maybe he just wants to get a better job first and you can be gathering all the information in the meantime to make sure any concerns he has can be addressed and backed up by references.
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