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Report Thread starter 5 years ago 1. I met a guy last year and ever since have built up a friendship with him. In May, we started a friends-with-benefits thing. Anyway, a couple of months later and we started to get more serious, have started spending all our time together that isn't otherwise sleeping or in work. He is one of the most genuinely lovely and thoughtful guys I've ever come across, for example the night my dad kicked me out he let me live with him until I sorted out a place of my own 2 weeks later.
He's also someone I feel like I can be myself around, and I really feel like i'm starting to have strong feelings for him and he feels the same. So yeah, anyway since about July we've been in a relationship. Last night we stayed up until 6am cuddling and talking about everything. I am such a happy person at this point in my life because of him, but obviously I'm not an idiot and know if it becomes more long-term there could be problems. My parents, for example, don't know he exists, and when I go to meet him I just say i'm going to meet my mates instead.
Most of my friends know, and the ones who have met him don't think the age gap is a problem as they know how well he treats me, but the ones who haven't met him have had a few words with me, to say the least I just wanted to find out from people on TSR, who don't really have any obligation to not be honest, thought about an 8 year age gap in a relationship. Report 5 years ago 2. Original post by Anonymous Report 5 years ago 3. If you like the person then go for it, no one can tell you no! The relationship is between the two of you not the rest of the world. Report 5 years ago 4.
Age is just a number it doesn't really matter.
What Is With These Grown Men Dating 19-Year-Olds? (Besides the Obvious)
Report 5 years ago 5. If you're happy and you know it clap your hands! If you're happy together and you're in the kind of relationship where you can talk all night to each other, stuff the friends who have 'had a few words' with you. It's your life, not theirs. The same goes for your parents. You're both consenting adults and you're happy. There's nothing to worry about! Report 5 years ago 6. My sister's husband is turning 40 soon. They have been together for ten years and are happy.. Posted from TSR Mobile.
Report 5 years ago 7. My boyfriend and I are 7 years apart. I'm relatively mature most of the time, and he's still a teenager inside. I love him and he loves me. We started out the same as you, and our relationship progressed in the same way, just over a longer period of time by the sounds of it. Age is a number. Sometimes things don't work and the reason stems back to the age gap. Sometimes things don't work for no reason related to the age gap. And hopefully, things work despite an age gap. Report 5 years ago 8. Original post by Agata My sister's husband is turning 40 soon.
Report 5 years ago 9. I'm 19 and my boyfriend is 26, it was kind of an issue at the beginning for other people; family, friends etc. But we've been together a few years now and it isn't a problem at all. The actor turns 43 in less than a month. His lady pal can't order a drink at a bar. Do we really need to say model? When's the last time this guy dated a schoolteacher or a scientist? The two have been spotted nightclubbing together recently, although it's not clear whose ID Juliette is using.
Thankfully, the music is loud where these couples like to go, because what could a grown man possibly be chatting up a year-old girl about? What happened in , the year they were born? In other words, a deep connection on an intellectual level is likely a rare thing, say experts. Jordan Wright , a clinical psychologist with a Ph. A Guide for Practitioners. In addition to staring death in the face, there are other theories that address why much older men date actual teenager.
This is a cultural double standard, as men are not nearly as deeply judged on these traits, and often have value tied to intelligence, talent, often money, etc. What are attractive and valuable in our society for women are youth, beauty…for men, less so. According to the U.
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The topic is a popular one on Reddit , where older men themselves explain why they were attracted to a much younger woman. There's a simplicity to relationships with younger women. One thing I will never understand is how relationships can't be serious and about sex. They can only be one or the other.
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