I have always had issue with age gaps and because of the type of person I am I always looked to my parents who are 1year apart. This category is exponentially smaller than the first category. I'll start by saying I have only ever dated a younger guy once and even then the difference wasn't even a year. It would be like dating my Dad. The only problem though is that despite the fact that things are going extremely well between us, I have the deep conviction that it is bound to end. Since I freelance, I used to spend endless hours, seven days a week, sitting in front of my laptop, pitching and writing articles and reading tons of online articles to keep up.
Its a lot of waiting, because where I come from, women who don't get married before 25 are considered 'old', but obv i have to make concessions for his age which I do happily. I don't think we ever got double looks or raised eyebrows. There is not a huge age difference though when it comes to maturity, it wouldn't matter what a guys age is, he would always have enough room in his life to offer his best immaturity possible! They are also always looking to go to clubs and bars when sometimes I would just want a nice dinner, movie and conversation. Thanks to all the free time he has, I now schedule more free time for myself to enjoy with him. The only issue is that he is 19 and I'm 26. I am currently 39 and he is 29. But he ended up 'making a move' and I am now really happy.
Anonymous I am in my first relationship with a younger guy. If you are in love with someone older or even younger as long as they are not underage then go for it and hopefully it works out. But if it's making you feel uncomfortable then step back from it. You could date someone 2, 3, 5 to 10 years older than you and he can treat you like crap or be immature. He has the opportunity to show me new things, share knowledge and stories, and encourage me in my decisions, while I'm able to bring him back to the fun side of life, spontaneity, and remind him that it's okay to be an idiot sometimes.
Its been about a year now, so far its great, he is very serious about our relationship, and we never talk about our age difference. Like my bf is 6 years younger than me but he looks older than me cause of our difference race. Also, it is crazy hard finding a young guy that can handle the serious stuff an older girl is thinking about or concerned with, and I don't just mean kids and marriage, I mean the value of having a job, the value of moving out and independence, saving, etc. But it rings true now more than ever. I wish all of you couples happiness, we all deserve it: I love my Mufasa and am thankful for him everyday. God brings people into our lives to lessen our burdens.
We are considerate and say thank you and let each other know we appreciate one another just thru our actions continuing to be considerate and happily doing for the other. I say go for it and I am so happy for you! There are somethings that drew me in connection with him, its that there is something abit sexy about dating a younger guy. I was his Sunday school teacher. And I guess it was true since a 35 yr. Anonymous My story is a bit different. This may be after dating for a year or so. There's no 3-month rule for dating that says you have to be at this stage, but many couples are.
At first he came off pretty immature We started dating at 15 but as our relationship progressed he actually became more mature than me. The news: We've all heard of the Divide your age by half and add seven years to get the minimum acceptable age for your romantic partner. My problem is that the guy i am seeing thinks i am 45. There was plenty of sexual tension and then I learned he was a groomsman and he found out I was his best friend's mom. Mostly to keep from yelling it at them. I am in the same boat as you with the same age difference. Men typically pursue women younger than they are, but what is the benefit to the younger female partner of dating or marrying a man 10, 15, 20 or even 30 years her senior? You both are comfortable enough with each other to let your guards down — and just be yourselves.
I feel terrible because I'm worried what people will think, especially his family. He is sweet kind and caring though after three months I feel like his interest may be waning he used to. I finally agreed to go out with him on a date two years later in hopes that he would get over his infatuation and move on to someone his own age. There are fewer more magical experiences than connecting with another person in such a deep level, and you cannot help yourself but feel incredibly connected to a man after you have sex with him. I'm 16, 17 in about 3ish months.
The emotional connection between the two of you has continuously grown stronger and more intimate. Does anyone have any advice for a woman new to dating younger men? Fortunately he had a good sense of humour about it and a short memory. If it feels good and neither is committing adultery, why not see where the desires of Life takes you. Anonymous Anonymous, there's nothing particularly outrageous about what you're saying and it sounds like you should just discretely see how it goes. Our 25 year difference might not matter now, but 20 years from now it would be a huge deal, and I could not do that to him. The first two to three months in a are about enough to decide if you want to continue. If I was a guy dating a girl 7 years younger no-one would even think it worth writing about.