Alodia Well be honest with yourself and if you feel the same then pursue to know him more and see where things go. Still, most of them fail miserably, for the exact same reasons that I think Penelope is suggesting. I'm his first official girlfriend and he's never dated someone for longer than a month. I had pondered, mulled, agonized and deliberated over whether to pursue it. Older women appreciate younger men for the same reasons older men appreciate younger women. I think people should be mindful on the younger and understand what you could be taking and be kind enough to say no.
Also, you seem to ignore the premise that Lance set forth, upon which I based my comment. And if be dating him makes me a cougar or a cradle robber, or whatever, it's totally worth it. That coming from a woman who is ten years younger than me. We have sent so many messages to each other and have video chatted on skype and since he lives about a four hour drive away, we've talked about making plans to visit. I am attracted to him both physically and mentally. So reading through most of the replies kind of makes me sad of course. While that is certainly not the case with me and my fella, the age thing does feel weird for me.
We live in a world of superficial belief. It makes me think of those movies or something. We just friends and I don't wanna push things, but he's in my thoughts, before I sleep, and always in my dreams. As long as they are of age and consenting adults. I prefer someone who's also out working, independent, and making a career. I am just as capable and willing in the bedroom as any 20 year old guy.
But I can't help my dreams of being a mom someday when he has a blessing of an awesome kid himself. I also think I might be desperate just to have one date. I can't believe the ways I've learned the things I know about mself. I am concerned about the age gap thing. We are excellent friends — good, good friends — but I'm a realist. If he is not tire or taking s nap recovering from his 16 to 17 hours days of work, therefore is not the age that make them old and boring but their goals and desites. I agree that older men now a days don't know what they want in life or they have way to much problems to bring with them.
Younger men are always ready and are up to anything you desire. I know of so many couples with similar age differences and they're the happiest couples I know. There are few single men out there who are economically viable, and who have got their act together. I am 53 and am on friendly terms with several women in their 40s, who are keenly looking for someone to settle down with. Two people made a choice to betray their spouses and destroy two families. Not on his age as much as humanly possible anyway.
They thought that I was likely to cheat on their son or otherwise break his heart due to nothing other than my age. I think if I gave sex with him it will take us both to the next level but it could do the opposite. Teenagers are really tricky, I mean sometimes I actually feel protective of him as if I'm his mom or something because the kid in him pops up. I met a wonderful guy who is extremely smart, same sense of humour, is better travelled than I am, and has a number of other commonalities between us. I love this man and I dont see him as an age, he is an amazing, kind, sexy, hot, gentle man. And if I'm a cougar by golly hear me roar! We met in church when he was 16 and I was 52. A 4 year difference is not a game changer by any means.
However, I am worried I as well as her can easily fall in love with each other and we are both a little worried and afraid to get hurt. And yeah it will most probably be short lived because I do want him to go live his life and do what most young guys do but for now I'm going to 'go with the flow' as they say and be kissed the way I've always wanted to be kissed, touched like a woman should be touched and held like your the best thing he's ever seen and doesn't want to let go. Yes, I have to work harder to achieve my goals than a 30 year old, but I still can achieve them. But I can't learn those lessons for him. Never said a negative word to me. A few women may bridge this gap for lust or money or dimestore psychological reasons, but most of the 28-year-old women I know would prefer to date a great, stable 30-40 year-old — who also knows what Snapchat is. The 25 year old has a job, has to deal with real life stuff.
In general a 30 year old should not be dating a 19 year old. I look at him sometimes and when I think about it age I literally see where I could have easily gotten In my own if I let age matter. Im also very youthfull, and look after myself, with a fun persanality. More for the two people involved than anything else. She is really that soulmate that we do desperately want.
Caring about your apparence is important but you will have to always do it to appear younger and it will be such a frustration. I know we should call the quits now to save the heartache and time but I am terrified because he is the only man that has ever conquered me. I love him dearly and he has been the best father to my children, and an even better man to me. Better make sure she has no financial assets to take care of herself. Is it possible for this all to work out? I'm not pushing for a relationship, anyway. However, we're having wonderful time together. The thing is, he is 20 and in college.
They are living in the moment. Italian well walking around the word since 18 …. Jamie, as long been thought of. My concern is more that is an opposite issue, me being the older woman and him being the younger guy. Anonymous Hi…I'm 24 and my boyfriend is 19 too. I met him a little over 4 years ago…and we have been through a very emotional relationship.