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I really like him, he is an amazing person and I feel great when I'm with him. But I get worried, thinking about how his or my family and friends will react to us perhaps in future wanting to settle down. What will they think of me especially being a muslim woman. I don't wanna Dating man 10 years older than me him, I've felt the connection. Why would it matter to you if someone much older than your son is dating him? I would not matter if they are happy and are in love. I am 19 years old and I am in a relationship with someone who is 23 years older than me. Move on because you will never be able to drag out of him what you need and the Older he gets, the more ingrained his attitude will get and the more frustrated you will get.
Save yourself the heartache. He has never been married and he does have an older son. I have smaller children.
I recently noticed that mf was kind of distancing himself every time he became close ke me. I wrote him a six page letter telling him exactly what I was seeing and how I felt. After I wrote oldder this letter he told me I Dating man 10 years older than me the part of him falling for me and backing off. He then told me gears he doesn't think he will ever get married. Now I don't know if that was him making sure I still wanted to be with him or if oldef was a way of trying to push me off. We are still together and I do want to maybe be married one day but, if he is bot wanting marriage then I am okay with that. What I do want to know is why he will olded let me in and tell me how Forward dating contracts he feels about me.
It is like pulling teeth to ask a question. With actions I see he cares but, as a woman every once in a while Daying would like to hear it as well. Since he said he doesn't think he will ever get married is that him saying he year ever want that kind of commitment? When i met him 5 yrs ago the age gap was not a problem until now, 5 yrs later. This wasnt an issue until 5 yrs later. Please reply, would really appreciate a different perspective because mine is tainted. At 20, his expectations and level of committment may be different to yours at I would talk openly with him to be sure he is as "there" in it as you are, and wants the same things for the future.
You dont want to get hurt. Of course there were ructions when her parents came to hear of it and his sisters weren't too pleased either. He had never married and of course they thought he was a bachelor for life. But the two of them married and a happier couple you'd be hard pressed to find. They have 4 lovely boys. He's 60 now - claims his wife and boys keep him young and do you know the age gap to look at them looks younger now than it did when they were dating. But then he's very fit and he has a young outlook - if you know what I mean, he thinks young and has a great spirit and sense of fun. And he's as proud as punch of his family.
If the younger party is about 25, they should have the sense to decide for themselves, good luck to them. You need to look at the practicalities of it, IE. A 70 yr old man and a 20 yr old woman could have a happy relationship but if if a child came would the old fella survive long enough to see the child leave school? So the real questions are: And how you feel about each other, not what other people think! Ok now I know everyone is going to start shouting sexism but hey I just wanted to inject some humour on this sunny day: If you are happy and he treats you well then that is more than half the battle.
I have learned this the hard way, that an unhappy relationship can engulf you and destroy your life so if you love each other and you are happy then celebrate!! Age IS just a number! You don't mention your age or his, but perhaps your parents concerns centre around things like potential health problems as your guy ages or perhaps difficulties as regards having children depending on his age - presuming of course that you want children, not everyone does. One thing would concern me, tho'. You mentioned that he has joined a particular church, so I'm guessing that he either wasn't religious before or changed religion.
I would say, make sure this doesn't become a source of division between you. Religious beliefs can have a deep impact on relaitonships and where both parties don't agree this can have a negative effect. Also, you mentioned that the congregation prayed that he would find someone and when he did, they didn't care so long as she would take care of him. If you relationship is based on you "taking care of him" then this is not a relationship of equals and healthy relationships have equality as their base. Of course it may be that hre also takes care of you, in which case, best of luck for the future. I think the age gap was a problem, but I no longer find it an issue.
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We've been dating 7 months now I'm the happiest I've ever been, and you may find it hard to believe but, im in love. My parents have issues, I guess they just don't want their little girl dating an older man, but I won't give him up. I still talk Dating man 10 years older than me my parents and I really hope they come around. I think we were both surprised by the amount of support we got from members of his church. But then again he's been a member there for 3 years or more and several of them prayed that he would find someone. And when he did, i guess they didn't care what kind of girl she was, so long as she would take care of him.
My friends on the other hand are still I love him, and I've come to realize that it doesn't matter what the people around us think, we love each other. We pretty much do everything together. Yes we have our arguements, but who doesn't? Nothing will tear us apart. I was in a relationship for 4 years with a year age gap with the person who is still my best friend. In we'll have known each other Dating tips for christian men years, and I have found that as I have got older the age difference has become less of an issue to the "public".
We have never had a problem with it ourselves but in the past have got some negative comments from others. Also, as I have got older people's comments don't matter any more as long as we are happy. We split up due to living in different countries but are still best friends who talk every day and frequently met up. I don't know how it works but it does - we are intellectual equals with similar interests, who just happen to be different ages, and just like in any other relationship, you just see the person, not the age. I have been with men of varying different ages over the years. Personally, I think once two people are over a certain age, it shouldn't matter as long as they want the same things out of life.
I am over 30 so am in settled mode but I feel if I was 20 wanting to party all the time and going out with somebody whho was 11 years older then who wanted a settled life, that things may be different. Happy at the moment. Who knows what obstacles it might throw up in years to come and I have thought about most of them - old age complication, children, etc. Occasionally, when I mention this, people seem surprised. So yes, there is a significant age gap. But to me, it never seemed like much. Probably because my first boyfriend, who I dated for almost five years, was just over thirty years my senior. I was a teenager and he was in his early fifties. He had a mortgage, a car and a career before I was even born.
Advertisement Advertisement From school, where I would form adoring romantic attachments to members of the teaching staff while my friends lusted over Justin Bieber, to my gap year, where everyone else took off around the world and shagged surf instructors while I stayed in London, going to restaurants and concerts with men who were old enough to be my father. I totally understand the appeal of dating younger men. I liked the safety that came with going to dinner with someone who would choose the restaurant, tell me what time we were going to meet and carry on a conversation about the world around me.
I saw dating as a learning experience, and the idea of going to Pizza Express with a bloke I met at a house party before going home to shag him in his shared house? Just not for me.