Dating a older teen
” I ask this with extreme caution because I, along with every parent reading this answer, fears you will say there is a bond in the worst possible way (yep, I mean sex) and that will force me to retort with words like; statutory rape, lecherous intentions, borderline pedophilia and ewww gross.
Honestly the whole thing makes me want to yell, "Get out of this relationship, date guys closer to your own age and enjoy your youth!
He’s 34 and treats me like gold but I worry about how my parents will react when they learn how old he is.
He doesn’t look 34, more like 24, so I could lie to them and say he is younger but I just don’t know if I should. I’ve dodged this bullet of a question long enough and as I cringe at the thought of the many angry emails that will flood the Teen Advice box over my answer I just can’t stand by in silence any longer.
I.e., he won't be one of those lamewads who clings to your friend group and sits around the house eating Cheez-Its and waiting for you to come over and watch Netflix with him.
Not that there's anything wrong with Cheez-Its, but nobody likes a clinger.15. If he likes you, why would he avoid you until it's deemed societally appropriate to text?
Away from the outer physique, mature lovers do not endeavor to change a woman’s personality like young experienced ones do.
While women who had a sour bitter father-daughter association in their tender stages may grow up to hate older men of their dad’s age bracket, the opposite cannot be truer.
Sure, love doesn’t always make sense but the bottom line on this situation is simple: it is weird.
" Chances are good he enjoyed his youth, a youth he lived 15 years ago!