The guy was pretty much my dream guy from what I could tell with the exception of one thing… It got me to thinking, how old (or young) is too old? I’m not a dating expert by any means so I turned to every other woman I knew. The oldest you can date is double your age less 7 meaning the oldest I could date is 49 (28*2=56-7=49). Who cares as long as the people in the relationship are two consenting adults? If you can’t get over the age difference than it’s not the best fit. If we go back to #4 and I’m dating a 49-year-old who doesn’t want any children, well that 49-year-old is too old for me because I still want a kid.Here were some of the most popular opinions ranked. I don’t know if I’m comfortable with 49 as that is only a few years younger than my parents (sorry for spoiling your age on the world wide web! If you are comfortable, happy, and it works- age is nothing but a number. If a guy urges you to move faster than you’re comfortable with, you have to rethink his motives for getting serious, right? If you commit too soon to someone, you may be missing out not just on the fun of playing the field, but also of the potential of finding someone better suited for you.
So I had a birthday today and I realized I'm still a young adult but I'm really on the verge of just what I would call an "adult". But.....there is a world of difference betwenn 18 and 25. But almost no 18 year olds are even remotely ready, again, even though most of them think they are.
) and getting too serious too fast are bad ideas, not just for country-pop crossover starlets, but also for the rest of us. If you leave your options open for at least a little while, you’ll more likely make a better decision and have a longer-lasting, more satisfying relationship. Any relationship poses a risk, but getting too serious too fast is generally a recipe for a broken heart for at least one of you. If you get too serious too fast, you may feel pressured to go further than you’re comfortable with sexually, and that’s never good. Then when one little thing goes wrong, it can seem like the end of the world, because if you get too serious too soon, you can have an almost impossible vision of the perfect relationship. Just because you’re head over heels for your new boo doesn’t mean that you can be inconsiderate to the people who were there before you guys got serious.
And Taylor Swift, while a true romantic, isn’t known for the longevity of her relationships. Often when you fall fast, you fall hard–and things often fizzle out as quickly as they began if you don’t get to know each other and make a good decision before you take a plunge into a serious relationship. Just because you and a guy are in a committed relationship, it doesn’t mean you have to move fast everywhere else, but there can be more pressure to do just that. Just because you want to show them off doesn’t mean everyone else wants to see them, so don’t blow off your friends so quickly for a guy or invite him to everything.
Just a few years later, young twenties with late twenties and beyond, the problems all but asked, and now you don't like what you heard :)ok, seriously, the question is, "strange to whom? Choose a peer, an equal, someone of similar maturity and life-experience.
"to the parents who answered, yes its uncomfortable...b/c duh, they know what you're after since there's a massive maturity and thus personality an 18 yr old, tho, an older boy can be an attractive status update. to your peers, it'll either be a joke or a sign of your attractiveness depending upon how hot she is. Think of all the learning and personal growing you’ve been through in the last seven years. At your age, I wouldn't suggest you exceed a two to three year difference if you want a relationship of equals. That's only rolling back the calendar a little bit; two years.
Statutory rape is sex by or with someone that's under the age of consent.