I'm a 21 year old female and I've never dated before. I'm rather introverted, and romance just became something that didn't seem it would ever be for me.
About eight months ago I made a friend who has fast become the greatest friend I have ever had. And quite recently, I fell head over heels in love with him. The thing is, he's in his 40s.
speaking of age gap, i was actually about to post a thread about it myself, but to save space i may as well post in this one.. sorry for any inconveniences.
to avoid tl;dr i will cut it short. im 19, shes turning 16 in a month. i like her and all, and i know shes into me but i just cant get over the 3 yr gap. at that age it can be pretty bad i hear, but as far as 15/16 yr olds go i have noticed she is more mature than most i have met.
>>8 Keep it simple for now. She's not legal, so don't go there. But romance? Go for it. There's nothing wrong with love.
>As an aside, make sure he's not married before you go any deeper.
I think u should go 4 him, but don't get 2 serious b4 knowing that u are going 2 b 2gether.
>>8 You could still date her. i mean it's not that big of a age difference, but don't go too far.
I'm 20, she's 15... It's Canada, but, GAHHhhhHH ('A` )
I think you should try it if you feel like it will work!
If you're happy together, then because it seems like you're mature enough to know there might be problems because of the age gap, then there is really no reason to hold back.
Where are people finding all these too-young girls? I run into none in my day to day life, with the exception of schoolgirls on the bus. A friend of mine at around 30 had a girl somewhere around 15, and the guy would never say.
I have a 33-year old friend who married a guy who was about mid-forties when they started dating. It's not as big a gap as OP here has, but my friend is doing great, even with the college stepsons who came with the package.