Dating someone 7 years older wrong
What I thought was that there were too many problems like: Now, five months into this relationship, many of these “problems” faded away and I enjoy my time with him without thinking about how this can continue without issues between us.I noticed there are also some pros in dating someone older like better sex and a greater sense of trust.The basic gist of the story - she's looking to get married within the next few years, and she's approaching 30 soon. However, we are a pretty good fit for each other sans age difference, and it's obviously an issue we'll have to deal with as time goes on. Socially, it's become a bit more acceptable than in earlier times, but still - very tough to say.
All right, so no one knows what they want, but we've got a job, if not a career, and some money saved up, because we already did that thing where you spend all your money and then have no money. We've learned a lot from our previous relationships.
You missed our wild days and we're settled down now. "Older" doesn't necessarily mean we're going to stop watching cartoons or laughing at fart jokes.
It's not like a guy who's five years older than you is going to be taking you out for the Denny's early bird special ever day before promptly going to bed, but odds are those 5 a.m. We can still drink people under the table, we just don't want to do it at some crappy, crowded dive bar. We don't want to be shoving our way through a bunch of sweaty people to get them. You're going to hear stories about "the old days" and wonder why we aren't as fun anymore.
I never babysat the kids in my neighborhood once; I couldn’t relate to kids at all. I would crush on older guys when I was 13, but I really didn’t start actually dating an older guy until I was 26; he was 40.
That relationship was fun and short-lived, but what I've learned since then has taken me a long way when dating older men.