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without knowing the exact situation you are in with your partner, I would recommend that you communicate as honestly as possible about any decision your partner is making that could affect your daily life in a significant way. Sometimes you can be flexible. At other times, your situation may call for some assertiveness and boundary-setting on your part--"Here's what I will do and won't do;" "This situation is intolerable because it shows a lack of respect for me/my time/my space." Couples counseling is also a good option. Good luck!
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