Dating someone 3 years younger Not premium adults chatting
I think that growing and becoming a better person is good in any relationship, but I worry that my boyfriend is molding himself into my ideal guy.
Just over the last few months, he’s stopped going out and doing a lot of dumb things with his friends.
I don’t want to force him to become something he’s not.
I want him to be a good partner to me but also be his I feel like I’m robbing him of his youth.
I don’t want to create tension in his family or marry into a family where no one likes me. As a woman of a certain age, I feel like my biological clock is ticking.
So many of my friends that are only a couple of years older than me are having fertility issues.
The results were interesting but just because I want to date someone much younger than me doesn’t mean I would be okay with someone else doing the same.I still didn’t know whether the creepiness rules actually represented what society finds acceptable. I tackled this paradigm-shifting research the only way I knew how: I created a survey.I presented people with hypothetical situations in which their friend, “John” or “Lauren” had started a new romantic relationship that was too early too define.I fear that I’ll always feel like he’s not my equal, which sounds horrible but it’s true. I know that other people’s opinions shouldn’t matter, but it feels weird whenever we go into a restaurant and someone assumes we’re related.I want everyone I meet to understand he is my man, not raise their eyebrows when I say that this young looking 25-year-old man is my boyfriend.
I’ve always been open to whatever the universe has for me, which is why I’ve dated all sorts of people from all types of backgrounds. I don’t want to force him to become something that he’s not, but I also don’t want to date someone whose maturity level is not the same as mine.