When you first met your lover, you were seriously attracted to the seriousness you intuited. Here was someone who could match you on an intellectual level, someone who could go the long haul with you. And you chose well; indeed, your sweetie was stable and trustworthy.
But it didn't seem like you were having a lot of fun. The problem was that you were trying to mold your lover into someone who was, well, just like you. Though you always had big plans, your execution was a little lax. You preferred to dream the day away on the couch than actually get up and go. And it bugged you madly that your sweetie's always called attention to this fact.But face it: Even though you didn't like the kick in the tush, it still sent you in the directions you knew you should have been going. It just wasn't as fun as you'd have liked. If you wanted to stay where you were, it was time to stop grousing and buckle down instead. You shouldn't have tried to sabotage your lover's hardworking nature; instead you should have allowed the industry to spur your industrious side. It would have brought you nothing but good in the long run.