It's just hard to walk away from someone I actually like not that often because she's a little young and it's somethiung nobody has control over. But in reality, I'm still in the time period of my life where I'm just going to school during the week and partying during the weekend, just like her. Any opinions to help me out? Now that I think of it, I guess since I turn 22 in September she won't turn 18 for a few months after that.
If u actually catch feelings for her then u need to grow up. Do it for lulz. You will regret not plowing her when you're older. I have a small dick, is that ok. Californians have a right to bear arms in public! Stay away for a few reasons.
I did something similar. I was 19 year out of high school she was 17 ending junior year. We date two years, broke up.. Then i just turned 21 and meet a 18yr old who was entering senior year of high school. I am in an age gap relationship myself 17 years of an age gap. But, we met when I was an adult, independent, and living on my own. So, in that sense, we were on an equal playing field. I don't think high schoolers and college age students are on an equal playing field.
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But, romantic relationships were not allowed. Maybe I was a unique kid, but I never resented this or thought it unfair. I actually appreciated it because it allowed me to focus on me, without getting distracted by something for which I just wasn't ready emotionally. That's probably where a lot of my point of view comes from. But, truly, while I know there are exceptions, the vast majority of males ages 14 to 22 scare the heck out of me in terms of their lack of maturity! Thus, there's no way I'd let an older one near my kid.
Plus, I personally find it odd that a 21 year old legal adult would dip into the high school dating pool. Surely, there are other college girls out there, and thus no need to seek out high schoolers.
First special delivery - April It would very much be about the maturity levels. Because despite what the PP said, some older kids do NOT drink socially; some are slower to mature, etc. Likewise, some under-age-rs drink socially some do it with their parent's blessing ; and mature faster, etc. It's really not a question that can be answered based on age, alone. The comments and opinions expressed above do not necessarily reflect those of the community in which I reside; or those of the internet parenting network.
Blu Razzberri is offline. But then I was living with a 20 yo when I was As for the dating someone your age or younger is so immature bit, are you sure these girls don't mean that the guy is so immature? Cause to be honest, 17 yo guys can be pretty immature at times. I'm not, I'm rarely that obvious. I wouldn't rule it out, but it would depend on the individual personalities involved.
The difference between those ages isn't so huge that I couldn't understand that they had some interests in common. I would assume, however, that most 21 year-old young men had fully matured senses of their sexuality, and take into account whether the seventeen year-old in question could cope with that. My brother was that year-old dating the year-old. I didn't like it because the girl was manipulative and whiny, but my brother's an awesome guy.
It would be a case-by-case basis. Originally Posted by hermionesmum. I think we are making the same point, here. I certainly didn't mean to give the impression that sexual expression in a younger, female partner was inappropriate. Just that a naive girl would benefit from her parents' guidance. Here is what I have to go by: DP and I met when I was 17, we have 11 years difference. Couldn't have been happier for the past 10 years. He never bought me a drink until I was He is the most wonderful dad to his now 15 y.
And yes, my parents were very cautious about him in the beginning, but they love him now. In fact, my mom calls him "her favorite son in law", and we are not even married yet It's very much a US thing to judge a couple by the age I think. One of my sisters is happily married to someone 9 years older than she is.
They have three kids, and as far as I can see, her and her husband fit each other to a T and not the "trouble" kind.
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I can't say I wouldn't be worried, but to tell you the truth, I think I'd be worried no matte who dsd chose to date. New endeavor coming soon My brother met his wife when she was 17 and he was They've been married a year later, and I can see how much he loves her to this day. They've been together now for 15 years. So you get the idea I think it is really something that has to be looked at on a case by case basis.
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I met my dp when i was 19 and he was Agreeing that it really depends on the people involved. My 17 yo niece got a lot more pressure from the boyfriend she had that was the same age regarding things like sex, alcohol, etc. Ziggy, I have to ask! Have you polled a group of fathers on this issue?
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If so I'd be interested in the responses you got. If my dd wanted to date him then I would not have a problem with it.
At 17 most of the people I hung out with outside of school were IME most 17yo's have had sex with at least 1 partner. DH and I have been together for 17 years, we started dating right after my 17th b'day, he was He was certainly more sexually experience than me, but then again, he started when he was He is an amazing DH and father.
I'm sure my parents worried about him as much as they would have with anyone else no matter the age. I'm not sure why parents would automatically feel more comfortable with a 17, 18, My DH had all of his well most partying, experimenting, etc. I am very glad I did not meet DH when he was his younger self, I don't think we would have made it and I would have missed out on the amazing family I have today. I am glad my parents and I looked at the person, not the number when we met him.
I think I'll do the same for my children. First of all, by age 17, I can't imagine "letting" or "forbidding" my child from dating. I definitely plan to keep an open dialogue about dating and sexuality, and my kids already know that I'd prefer if they didn't date until they were ready to think about marriage- but I wouldn't absolutely forbid something like that.
Nor would I say "OK, you can date this guy but not that guy" especially not based on something as arbitrary as age. I can teach and guide, but what power do I have to actually stop them from being romantically involved? That aside, whether or not a relationship between a 17yo girl and a 21yo boy could be healthy depends completely on the individuals involved.
That's only a 4 year age difference, and people grow and mature at different rates. I agree, depends on the people involved how I would feel But am I the only one that thinks that a 17yr old shouldn't be referred to in terms of who her parents will "LET" her date???
I was already making life decisions at that age and with my now DH. I also think that while parents of a 17 yr old can and will have opinions about who their kids date, they ultimately can't be in charge. I would have just snuck around behind my parents back if they had forbid me to date at I think feedback and respect for the choices a 17 yr old makes makes more sense to me.