Dating a guy who is younger than you
Hi all I have a question and I would like some honest responses & if you or someone you knows had a simiar stry please share. I met this guy who is 3 years younger than me, hes 22. Either way, an older woman with a younger man is far from unheard of! This guy I met is very responsible and mature for his age. Never even crossed my mind or anyone else's that this was much of an age issue or female older than male thing at all. So, it is A okay and I don't think anyone will ever think about it as hard as you have. You need to have confidence in your decision for yourself - if you rely on others to make this decision for you because you think it's wrong, it will get in the way of your relationship with him.Things such as the same likings and dislikes, same future goals and how to go about achieving them matters as well. I dont think when you were born really has much to do with it other than you may get wrinkles a few years before him! At your ages I guess you dont got to worry about that an awful lot now do you? We started texting and talking on the phone everyday since April. It's just about maturity levels, if he is really ready for what you may want if you're looking to get married.
As for experiences - nearly every woman in my family is married to a younger man. When I was 36, I had a brief, wonderful affair with a lovely 24-year-old entrepreneur I met on an airplane. My current boyfriend is nine years younger than me; the boyfriend before that, 10 years younger. Here are the reasons you wave off the idea of dating young: (aimless, noncommittal, out just for sex). But it didn’t seem to fit my reasons for dating younger, nor is it an accurate or flattering explanation of why younger men are worth dating. But that’s not a power position, and it does you no favors. Beware of wielding stereotypes; they’re cheap shortcuts masquerading as wisdom, and if you use them, prepare to be judged by them. You would only applaud someone if she succeeded in doing something impossible or crazy, or if she got away with something she shouldn’t have. The cougar image is cartoonish at best, derived either from a culture fearful of a sexually empowered woman, or from the woman herself, who claims cougardom as a way to boost her self esteem via sex with a man many years her junior.