16 19 year old dating uk
Unfortunately, as a freshman in college who is turning 20 in four months, I feel extremely weird in this position, and the friends I've spoken to about it don't support me. I'll turn 20 three months before she turns 17, and even though that's just three months apart, being a 20 year old dating a 16 year old still makes me feel weird.
I certainly don't feel 20, and one year ago I was still in high school, but I can't argue with the numbers, and the numbers say that I'm a creep.
You need to really, really make an effort to get her family to accept you, and grow to like, and eventually love you.
I'm 20 now, she's 17, I've met most of her immediate family, I spent countless hours in the summer doing household work for her mom, and shooting the shit with her Dad when he visited. When I consider the changes I experienced in attitude, general knowledge of how the world works, maturity, sense of empathy, etc. I just couldn't imagine you having all that much in common in the end.
We shared so much in common, and she both looked older, and was far more mature than most people I can remember being when I was that age ( I actually thought she was around her early 20's when I met her) that when we went out for dinner, or on a date, no one gave us weird looks.
The hardest part about dating someone that is in a different point in their life (You in College, her still in high school) is that her parents are going to see you as a total scum bag, that probably only wants in her pants.
I don't think 3 years is really that far apart, but it's gonna be "a thing" until she's 18.
But even then, she'll still be in high school. I don't think I'm willing to date her at this exact point in time.
I would very much like for this person to be a part of my life.(Before you ask, I'm not worried about the legal stuff because the age of consent where I live is 16.Not interested in things getting sexual anyway.)First off, we're a little over 3 years apart.Her sister, and one of her brothers (He's 22) I'm still not quite sure how they feel about me, but her oldest brother (30) really likes me, I talk to the guy almost everyday at this point. Its your and her decision ultimately, but don't be surprised if you don't quite seem to be able to communicate just a be good person.Really in the end it's all about how you present yourself to her family, and if you're able to show you've got the backbone to stand up for their daughter, love her, and not just trying to bone her, then fuck what everyone else thinks, do what makes you happy. if her parent are sane people and they see there girl is happy then they will be chill about it.
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I'm very torn right now.e: I really appreciate all of the comments, guys.