28 year old woman dating a 22 year old man

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This post comes to us via Carly Jacobs of Smaggle fame. Follow along with her awesomery on Facebook or Instagram! At the ripe old age of twenty-six, my delicious 28 year old woman dating a 22 year old man is four years younger than me, making him a slightly cringe-worthy twenty-two. While this age gap is not shocking, it sounded a lot worse four years ago when I was twenty-two and he was… um… eighteen… anyways…. I must preface this manifesto with a disclaimer that not all behaviors outlined below have been displayed by my man.

I hate spam as much as you do, therefore I will never sell, rent, or give away your email address. I am a year and a half out of a relationship and in that time, I have found only one guy I was interested in but he did the vanishing act. I am often told I am beautiful and I look about 10 years younger than I my age. I started up a correspondence with him.
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Is that wrong? Some forums can only be seen by registered members. My girlfriend and I have been dating for 2 years, and I could honestly say that I've never been so happy with someone before. We are getting rather serious, and we both love each other deeply, but I could never stop worrying about her being 6 years older than me My girlfriend was a virgin when we met and I was the first guy she's been in bed with.

Im dating a 23 year old who still lives at home with his parents. I can't speak for her I like being with a younger man, it makes me feel good about myself and he's mature emotionally and we get along just fine so I personally don't think it should be an issue. Well here's a follow up then. I work a closing shift for the first time in a while tonight and so does she. Not as a boss. We should get off around the same time, her maybe a bit before me. Was thinking I might say something along the lines of "I'm going across the street to Fridays to get some dinner after work. Care to join me"? I am having this exact dilemma, only it is on the flip side.