A relationship is about two people and what they want together or what they don’t want together.
You will start having problems in your relationship when you believe what ‘you’ want is what ‘we’ want. What if it isn’t? Have you had a long patient discussion with your partner on why ‘yours’ should be ‘ours’? If you have, has your proposal been accepted or has it been rejected?
If it has been rejected, trying to impose it on the relationship is activating a ticking time bomb. What should you do when you really need your partner’s cooperation? Appeal for understanding by asking for reasons. Make a genuine effort to know why your partner is opposing your proposal. Listen objectively and actively to every reason. In the course of it, you may realize that you were about making a wrong decision.