22 year old woman dating 29 year old man, featured questions
Women are no different.
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Last summer I dated a woman who is nearly five years older than me. Each to their own right.
I haven't even asked her out yet but it seems like she wants me to. He is very loyal.
Follow 17 We met when he was in his senior year of college and 22 and I was Or maybe not, because she is an individual and all individuals are different. It's a fine age gap for anyone. This forum is supported by: You and I most likely have virtually identical life experiences and overall approaches to the world.
But, had she been OK with the gap as I wasthe relationship may have lasted a good bit longer. I wouldn't trade her for a year-old for anything, especially when I remember what I was like at Last edited by Exon; at The idea that's inappropriate is preposterous.
After finishing my master I became more interested in a career, traveling to new places, knowing different cultures, learning new things that may help me get better in my professional life and less interested in partying, attending music festivals, going out just to have fun with my friends.
Original post by Slumpy I don't know if I'd say 'come to' so much as 'come from', given, IIRC, this was the rule for mistresses in France in the 18th century or so! The only thing that can get dicey is kids. Unless said women looks substantially older than 31 or you look substantially younger than 26, your age difference is unlikely to be identifiable by the general public that's making the rather generous assumption that anyone else is going to care. You may plug into some venn diagrams every once in a while, but the value judgements you make for your own time in life need not be unduly influenced by lying numbers or hype and spin or anything other than your own notion of 22 year old woman dating 29 year old man the ship you and only you are steering is headed.
Seriously, not only is the five year age difference not an issue, but 31 is not old by any stretch of the imagination - except that which has decided that 30 year old women are past their expiration date and everyone past that point needs pity and wrinkle cream. If you're compatible and happy with your life outside your relationship, I don't see what the big deal is.
No dating self esteem issues, no details. We have been married for almost six years and our relationship shows no signs of breaking down. That said, while it's normal to worry about it briefly, if you stick with these concerns, it might mean that there are some lingering insecurities. I was mostly joking.
Submit any pending changes before refreshing this page. We lasted 10 great years together. Just be open and honest, listen to both your heart and your mind, and it is hard for things to go too wrong. In all cases, it was two people being attracted to each other, not two numbers. Try therapy, now online. What should the drinking age be in the UK?