Start My daughter is dating a man twice her age

My daughter is dating a man twice her age

im 19 old girl n im dating a 23 yr old boy i truly lv him n he also lv me n his family lv me all of them they lv me but im facing a problem my mother doesn't knw tht im hv a boyfriend so people wht i suppose 2 do Well why don't you want to tell your mom? You are 19 focus yourself on making things happen, rather than when are things are going to happen to me? You shouldn't prioritize no boys until they proven themselves they can fully take care of you. What has happened with your parents and how do you feel about your decision to date someone so much older? I have a 19 year old dating a 35 year old and I'm so upset I'm sick.

If they don't like it, just remember you are an adult and are able to make your own decisions. And i hope you guys are wearing protection if you guys are having intercourse.

Just say that you appreciate their concern and their advice, but this is what you want. The least thing you want right now is being prego - at a young age. I mean if your bf is helping you in one way or another good, even better.

When we both attempt to 'think' about our relationship, we have no answers to the questions from everyone else. It is only when we 'feel' how right the relationship is that our situation makes sense. My boyfriend is 24 years old older than me, I'm 22 .. But what concern him the most is my parents approval. But I could say that if he chose to let me go because of tough love...

In fact, we AGREE with everyone else: YES, it is inappropriate. This is the last thing I planned on in my young life, believe me. for my future and for me to get a better and younger man, i doubt that i would turn out as good as he imagine. I'll hate my parents for not being understanding and supportive, and I'll hate him for betraying my love, my trust.

Your BF is not in a relationship with your parents.

You can take what your parents say under consideration, you can use their OPINION as a giude post.

The more you are confident in YOU, the less the bad stuff affects your decisions. A loving reciprocal relationship is tough to come by. I hope that when i do tell my parents they'll see how much i love him, and how sure i am in our relationship. There is no way on this earth that you can get them to 'like' the idea of you dating a much older guy. Going in and talking with them, you have realize BEFOREHAND that they can say whatever they feel.

That they may explode, that they may just adore it. You are in a relationship with your guy, you feel it's the right thing to do, you are not in a relationship with your parents.

My sisters called me sick, a *****, and worst of all, to go to hell. And I am pretty sure your daughter sees it the same way. Although the number may not be as big between the two of us, it is definitely there. I for one fell for someone my senior and the funny thing is I don't have "daddy issues" at all.

It is not your place to decide whether they should be together or not. At first my parents were somewhat supportive yet rightfully concerned and then pushed me to break things off, but I feel like it only made matters worse. In fact my father and I have a great relationship and he is very much present in my life.

I never thought twice about our relationship until i realized i was going to have to tell my mom.