Dating a man 20 years older than me
But your 20’s are a life-stage of much growth, change and getting to know yourself. You do have so much to experience and as much as you’re more mature than your peers and you think you know who you are, you don’t, at least not well enough to commit to a man regardless of his age. Even 40-something women who married the love of their lives in their early 20s wish they had waited.
Even when you think you’re an old 20-something, you’re not.
Or, you will get out there and experience his world and start thinking that is where you should be…and start being someone you are not.
As one women relates, this could get you into debt if not worse: I dated a 35 year old guy when I was right out of college.
My friends, while they originally approved are now skeptical since he was acting ‘strange’ about us before.
A lot of people challenge me to imagine what it will be like when I’m 42 and he’s 60?
He had his party days and was established in his career and was all excited to play house…for real.
But after 6 months, her business grew and with it more opportunities to play out in the real world.
I’m finishing college and have a well-paying job lined up.
I felt there was no future then but after 4 months he came back with the confidence he was missing to work it out.
I told my family, but they’re not fond of the age difference (my older brothers think it’s “disgusting”).
It doesn’t mean she wanted to party and screw around.
She just wanted to explore and do more, more, more, rather than less.