I've been dating a guy for six months. I like him as a person very much - he is easy to communicate with, he is well-read, works, has no bad habits. But.

He likes outdoor activities - hiking for a few days with tents, hiking in the mountains, rollerblading. I can't cope with that kind of activity.

I have a pretty hard job, I get tired and then on those camping trips it's hard for me to walk many kilometers through the woods, drag my backpack and so on.

After such a rest, I need a separate rest, I come back exhausted, tired. And he swears at me that I'm pampered, spoiled, un-modern, that it's not hard for him to walk. I told him that he is a guy and he is twice my size, but he believes that a girl should also do all this.

He's 32 years old, I'm 25. I don't know what to do anymore, I'm exhausted. What do you think, is he right? Is it a problem that I'm not modern and don't like this kind of thing? Or is it normal? Do you like this kind of relaxation?