I dont know whats gonna happen with your buddy but I know this much - if he seeks a flawless figure, good fun, naivety and innocence - he will get that with his young lady and all the growing pains that come with it. Page 1 of 4 , , , Dont pay any attention to blueberryman no guy will ever be good enough for his daugther. People change once they go out into the world and live their own lives apart from relatives and school. I don't want to lose her because she is definitely one of a kind. The difference in years to too great. The sex with her is amazing, she doesnt feel any different than someone my age and we bond so well together when we do it.
I sound like an ass, but I'm just being real here. He was with his girlfriend at the time, messing around on her for the now 18 year old girl. Just be careful : and wait for marriage, it's important. I've been in many relationships before with people my age, 2 1-year long relationships and a couple 5+ months ones here and there so I have been around my age before. I still feel at the age of 18, you are still learning a lot and you have seek out everything yet.
The though of us together is just silly. We were definitely the exception to the rule. She has been engaged, is a manager at a store, has her own house and car with no roommates. While not technically illegal, there are very good reasons why an age difference like this is considered creepy and inappropriate. Where do you want to go to college, what career do you have in mind, are there any places you'd like to travel to and see. .
Now she is still a minor but i dont see any thing wrong with fating her have her home early to show respect for her, if you treat her with resecpt the famliy will see that. If it's legal, and you're both going for something you both want, then I don't se the problem. He said if I said no to him he'd understand he's like a kid and I'm pretty mature for 16 s were perf for eachother. I believe the young lady looked to him for guidance and strength - you know the whole father figure thing. She's too young with no experience, that explains it all.
It they happen to not share the same opinion, and they're not breaking any laws in pursuing their happiness, then who are any of us to judge them? How would I go about doing this? That being said, early on, a lot of the magic so to speak is due to the appeal of their age. I have no problems with age differences. I see a lot of these age difference questions, and lots of answers saying, yeah, sure, everyone is an adult, go for it. I feel for my boy, because he was a great guy, who was open, diverse, and taught her things nobody else taught her about life and dating, and love. Mind you though, I have always been very mature for my age and have always been mistaken for being around 20.
He doesnt have a mortgage because he rents an apartment and she has mentioned several times to my homeboy that the 30 year old tends to possessive. I'm 22 and play hockey regularly with my friends who are way older than me. You're either in high school or fresh out and either he is the kind of loser who trolls high school girls like he wishes he could have back when he was age appropriate or he has a productive life as an employee or a student and wants you to be a part of it though if that is the case, I can't guess how you met him, pretty sure guys don't look for recurring girlfriends at college parties. Best advice I can offer, is not to date an 18 year old if one asks you out. But 18 is a bit young and you are at such different stages in life. When I found it, he told me that the 30 year met her when she was actually 17.
I think the one of the biggest reason we made it last as long as we did was through open communication right from the beginning. I told him he could never meet my daughter because he would probably start hitting on her or secretly be wishing he were with her. Ideally, both partners should be on equal footing to avoid developing a parent-child dynamic in the relationship. Or she may be only '16 years old' but act way more mature for her age. It's the little things that count.
We've all been through those years, and back then we always knew better than those with years of wisdom on us. Think of it this way, is it okay for a 22 year old to date a 12 year old. In all reality, he may be the better choice than the 30 year old. He suddenly calls her and told her he misses her, and she forgets everything that she had with my homeboy. This is where they are not understanding whats happening. But, overall, just do what's legal and what you feel comfortable doing : Not at all Im 16 years old and dating a 28 year old and he is the sweetest person ive ever come across.