Dating guy 18 years older than me
I'm 19 years old and been dating a man who is 36 for over a year. hes so nice and caring, respectful, and i have a great time with him. as long as you are happy and your family likes him.isnt a difference if you care and love someone.. and your freinds are younger so im sure they bust your ****.. to love and to be loved then to never have it at all let them make opinions.dont think they are entitled to give judgments.. enjoy with ur bf..thats the best thing.mom accepts him.isnt sufficient? Do you have any problem with your bf in sexual part? If he is caring and respectful of you and you are having a great time - sounds good for you ! In the end it should all be worth it if he is the one.... Remember you don't need their approval, you do not have to allow them to come between you and your BF if they are anti him, but it will make things easier if they know things and support you. But have answers prepared for all the questions they may ask.
i am not interested in boys my age because they are really immature. dont let them get to you there gonna meet someone and get hurt or whatever but in the end you have your prince and your happy.. I have taken great pride in myself in being the same with everyone I know. I have not spewed my problems to anyone that will listen. I adore this man., we have laughed and cried together,.. I am worried in few years he will have problem in that department. thanks To everyone I am 30 and with a man who is 49 we have been together since i was 17.. So dont bother with what others think or have to say, follow your heart. I think that's great and I'm just glad you're happy. Older men have a lot to offer young women and older women have a lot to offer young men.
But I've been watching and compiled a list of DOs and DON' Ts from Jess's experience dating the sophisticated Dermot Mulroney as Fancypants, who's a whopping twelve years older.
Or, you know, some version of whining about your age. With age (often) comes maturity and chivalry—take advantage!
Think about friends, acquaintances, work colleagues, and even extended family members with whom you socialize.
If so, you either need a partner to like the same things, or you need to find someone who is fine with you doing those things without him or her.
Assess Your Social Circles Take an honest look at your friends and anyone else who is a recurring character in your social life.
Although, I call J "Kid" in this super-cute, ironic way.
I older men are just looking for a good time or notch on their belt. Whether that's a mature twenty-something, an immature thirty-something, or a quirky lady living with three dudes like Jess.