Dating a younger girl
Our personalities remain more consistent through the years, but the window dressing of maturity tends to change pretty darn quick — which is how, despite having the same age gap, my once "scandalously young" partner is now seen as pretty age appropriate for me.
Sure, if you date someone younger than you, you may get to help them figure out some basic life admin stuff for a while — but it won't be a pure "teacher-student"-type relationship, not just because younger people still have plenty to teach us, but also because people figure that stuff out relatively quickly.
he's not even taking her out on dates just likes having her around.
When I met my boyfriend Jesse, I was 28 and he was 24 — not too much of a dating age difference in the grand scheme of things, but to hear some of my friends at the time tell it, you'd think we were Harold and Maude — or at the very least, Ashton and Demi.
my boyfriend and I broke up after 3.5 years together. he acted as if he was upset about the break up but a week later he was bragging to his friends that he has a 'hot new girl'he is going to be 29.
I'm not positive on her age because my ex hesitated when I asked him. but again, he hesitated so she could even be younger? its not that I'm jealous and I know there are a lot of girls who are mature for their age.
In your twenties, especially in the years immediately after college, an age difference of just a year or two can make you feel like you're a world apart from someone.
his friends have told me that she's just arm candy and there is nothing else there besides her looks.To date someone younger is to consciously reject a lot of this.For this reason, being a woman with a younger partner is often viewed in a negative light. We can fight this totally gross line of thinking by agreeing to view younger people that we have chemistry as real possible partners — and by not constantly "joking" about any woman we know who happens to have a younger partner.People have a much easier time, it seems, getting on board with the idea of a woman taking a younger partner for purely sexual reasons than they do with the idea of a woman in a serious relationship with a younger partner.So if you're thinking about getting together with someone younger, don't listen to anyone who uses words like "cougar," "cradle robber," or "Samantha Jones;" instead, consider the five points below.
my question is - what could a guy his age have in common with someone that young? i just want to better understand a guy's thought process on the whole matter?