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alot of guys alot older and a little older are contacting me. You're 20 years old, barely not a teenager anymore. You are an adult and free to make whatever decisions you want to in your life. if your family asks, tell them that he's a really nice guy, (list attributes) and leave it at that.
well theres this one guy who met who is 28 turning 29 in november, he is a nice guy and extremely handsome and just someone I can see myself dating (I don't mind the age at all). I'm not 29 anymore, but I can tell you that when I WAS 29, I would have considered myself a creepy old man for even considering dating someone who was 20. 29 vs 20 - you're both in completely different life stages. Tell your parents though, and if you decide to date him, best of luck to you. You do not need your parents approval to date someone and if it bothers them, that is THEIR problem, not yours. if it gets to a serious point, casually mention the age difference, just keep it low key.
Okay, so, maybe I’m making religion the unfair scapegoat for your parents’ judgment of your boyfriend, without any real context. There are some genuine concerns that parents can have about who’s dating their daughter.
But in the absence of tangible “you’re hurting yourself and risking life-long sorrow” reasons? Good parenting means giving your kids the tools to make good decisions, NOT making decisions for them.
There’s a big difference between Mom cautioning you not to settle down with the heroin-shooting rock star and her commanding you not to marry Patrick because he doesn’t have a masters degree and his family goes to church instead of synagogue. Not a lot of details as to “why” your parents don’t like the person your with but Evan gave good answer anyways of course. Making life decisions on based on what everyone else thinks is not going to leave you happy, whether it’s in love, career or any other of the choices you make.
I've just turned 20 years old, and ever since then my attraction of men is threw the roof.
I personally like for my friends and family to support who I am dating.
Family is important to me, and if I wear to marry a guy I'm dating someday, he'd be part of the family too. Age is nothing but a number if you're at the minimal age of consent as an adult in my opinion.
If they’re the CHOSEN people, they’re likely to look upon others as NOT chosen people. Maybe he’s got a tattoo of a skull over his left eye.
Some 20 year olds never feel the need to drink, party and act like a general irresponsible jackass. Unless you are sitting in his/her shoes, please refrain from making blanket statements about their relationship.
Why does it always have to be something negative, all the time, every time?! I personally like for my friends and family to support who I am dating. But they should SUPPORT your decisions, not chastise them, as long as they are not detrimental to your health.
If they ask, I'd casually mention his age, but if they don't I wouldn't tell them really.
As long as he treats you good and you both have a healthy and happy relationship, I don't see the problem.