You might have been dating someone for a while and though the two of you might care about each other, there might be one issue. You might have an issue that every time you and your partner go out to do something, your partner might forget his or her wallet, leaving it up to you to pay for the activity. So, what do you do if your partner forgets his or her wallet often? How do you approach that type of situation? Though the answers to these questions may be different for everyone, here are a few suggestions.
1. Discuss the issue with your partner.
Let your partner know how you feel about this issue and listen to what he or she has to say about it. Try to compromise on a solution that works for both of you.
2. Get him or her a more compact wallet.
If your partner can't fit his or her wallet in his or her pocket, then try to find another wallet for him or her that fits better. This might make it easier for him or her to keep track of the wallet and make things more convenient for both of you.
3. Ask your partner if he or she has a payment application on his or her phone.
See if your partner can use a payment application on his or her phone to help cover the cost of the activities that the two of you do. This way, the two of you can share the costs even if he or she forgets his or her wallet.
If you have been with someone for a while but you have an issue with him or her forgetting his or her wallet, try talking to him or her about it. Get him or her a more compact wallet if you can and ask your partner if he or she has a payment application on his or her phone that might help the two of you pay for your activities if necessary.