Dating a 22 year old datingwrexham com

05 Jan

Not just the best guy I've ever dated, but the best guy I've ever known.

(That said, I do have to crack the whip on him sometimes, lol).

They brainwashed into "oh you are an adult at 18 and autmatically more mature then you where a year ago." BS!!

Again, if the two of you have a lot in common, you guys love each other, then the more to you guys.

A man at 23 and a man at 33 are often VASTLY different people. I FORGOT that 'what I see ISN'T what I get' with a young man. what's wrong with the 38 year old that he isn't attracted to women his own age? maybe your daughter is very mature for her age and age isn't important to either of them? But then again idk why she is still living at home... I met my DH when I was just shy of 23 (dated a year later, after we became friends) and we married when I was 26 and he 40.

Ignoring the mid life crisis folks (you learn to spot them fairly quickly) one of the things I like BEST about older men is: What you see is what you get. there's no dilly dally of do their friends also 'like' you, because if they don't then blah blah blah). All of this is versus young men who are still figuring out who they are, very easily influenced by friends/media, and just plain and simple don't have the life experience yet to avoid the acres and acres of DRAMA that usually come with dating a young man. That's a whole other series of issues (cart and horse)... One of *my* biggest mistakes, however was marrying a young man after almost exclusively dating older men for several years. I think she is grown and she is able to do as she pleases.... But our circumstances are way different than hers but she should be fine... I think much depends on the individuals, if they really have things in common, if they are in a similar place in life.

She is considering going out with a 38 year old man. She did not date until she was 18 because she was shy. They're still married, have two wonderful children and are doing just fine. Sometimes it's not about looking for a hot young thang or having a daddy complex.

Examples: Chat up one other girl in 29 year old’s presence.

If you do be ready for a major difference in maturity levels. But whether it works out or not, you can gain valuable experience from every relationship. Don't worry that small-minded busybodies will think it's creepy, it's none of their business anyway. I say: "Go for it." Life is hard enough without these ridiculous arbitrary restrictions on love.

I am 30 years old and female and I dated a 20 year old guy (at my college guys my age are slim pickings and/or have major issues in life) and there was a world of difference. If she's of majority age, if you like her, and if she likes you, then you should go out together.

It didn't work out between us, but not because of the age thing.

I didn't care what anybody else thought, and neither did she.