19 and 21 year old dating
Hey everyone, First off I just wanted to say that I checked out the thread "How to handle daughter dating older guy (Long)" and was really impressed by all the great advice.
So I wanted to tap your brains for another perspective, this time coming from the guy.
But, I say, only you are really the judge of what's right for you. My first thought is that despite you two clicking, that she is still too young.
There is just too much life difference between a 19 year old and a 27 year old.
I think the real question is what do you want from your interactions with the opposite sex? We both were in long marriages that ended in divorce. Dating is all fun and dandy, but as you are the more experienced one regarding relationships (You are, right?
Are you going to make her move across the country and never speak to her family or are you going to go on some fun dates and enjoy each other's company? Your friends will probably make fun of you if you date her. But when you are younger that age difference should mean you are both at different stages in life. ) you have to take into account that she will likely view this more seriously than you will, as you'll be among her first experiences.
Firstly, I want to throw out that I'm not normally attracted to girls younger than 23.
I think a lot of them lack maturity, and well, it just feels kind of weird lol.
I guess, am I making a bigger deal about the age difference than there really is?But I try to respond to everyone, just because I think it's the polite thing to do.Anyways, the site listed this girl as a match, but I just completely ignored it because she wasn't in that 23-31 range I was looking for.My grandpa is 9 years older than my grandma, got married to her when she was about 19 I think, and they are still together to this day. at 19 and without a lack of relationship experience, she's not going to be as mature when it comes to reacting to the bad times in your time together, if you two end up dating or getting married some day.She won't have the same perspective or experience to base decisions on or with which to deal with emotions.