Hi, I am very happy to be part of this forum and hope to get good information on marriage. My husband is a nice person who is very straightforward and honest. I have no major complaints about him, but in our few years of marriage, i have some observations - For anyone outside our relationship, he seems to be a very responsible and serious person, but when it comes to our personal life, he behaves more like a kid and leaves me with all the worrying for any decision that we need to make - domestic issues like resolving bill problems to relocation. He wants to wait till the last minute and doesn't want me to stop worrying and not discuss anything at all. This makes me stressed out as I have to start worrying for him as well. I am getting tired of this and want him to be the man of the house. I have another problem now. He is having some problem at his work. He is a very smart person and highly appreciated for all his work. I know how hard he worked for his promotion and he deserves it. Unfortunately, he was not promoted and so wants to quit his job immediately. I am not worred about him or me getting a job in the new place close to my in-laws. But we had already made plans of bringing our parents and things are arranged. He feels that we should cancel it now. I do not want to do that since I am sure we will not get another opportunity to bring them here. Even if we did, we will not take it up since his parents are retiring soon and they will not want to be away from him. Moreover, it will be difficult for us in later years when we have kids. I feel now is the best time for me to bring my parents. He doesn't seem to understand that and wants us to go back to my in-laws place. My concerns are: 1. Should he not consider my feelings when it comes to relocation and wait for another 5-6 months? Or should I move with him anyway? Both of us cannot live separately since we love each other and cannot imagine living without the other. 2. How should I make him understand that he needs to step up and take much more responsibilities at home?