19 23 year old dating

04-Dec-2017 17:07

Are you going to make her move across the country and never speak to her family or are you going to go on some fun dates and enjoy each other's company? Your friends will probably make fun of you if you date her. But when you are younger that age difference should mean you are both at different stages in life. ) you have to take into account that she will likely view this more seriously than you will, as you'll be among her first experiences.

If not hopefully she is advanced and you are not stunted. So...campground rules, which means "Leave her better than you found her," so she'll have good memories and, hopefully, an example of how a relationship should be.

She won't have the same perspective or experience to base decisions on or with which to deal with emotions.

But, I say, only you are really the judge of what's right for you. My first thought is that despite you two clicking, that she is still too young.

Should I follow my head and get out as fast as I can, or do I follow my heart and see what happens?

I guess, am I making a bigger deal about the age difference than there really is? I'm young myself, and don't have a track record of really long relationships...

I'm not going to lie, yeah, it was a little flattering, but not what I was looking for (again felt she was too young).

So here's my question to all of you, what do you think?

And the thing is, I was super impressed by how mature she seemed, and some of the stuff she said was just like "wow." I mean she was one of the first girls I've just clicked with in a long time.

And I get the concern about the "nice house nice car" thing, but I haven't shared any of that.

She was not born when Di Caprio's hit film Titanic was released in 1997.

Hey everyone, First off I just wanted to say that I checked out the thread "How to handle daughter dating older guy (Long)" and was really impressed by all the great advice.

Me, I'm only 24 and 19 year olds are already too young for me.