I think the thing I worry about is that when I was19, I thought I was ready for certain things, too.
I can't believe the ways I've learned the things I know about mself. Back in the day, people married for life as teenagers.
We got along great and the age difference wasn't an issue for either of us. Thanks for the advice 😊 I feel ready for a lifelong, committed relationship. We are both quite spiritual in a very non religious way and work together in that way quite beautifully.
I was several years older than 19, but, I don't regret or think I lost anything in the period of our time together. We don't look physically or energetically like there's an age gap. I don't want to be a casuality in his love life since he is so young It was the same for us at the time.
Having her lose the relationship experiences that we all have as we grow older. Incidentally, our relationship didn't end because of the age difference.Initially he told me he was 25 because he thought if i knew his real age I would walk out the bar and he'd never see me again but he came clean today.I know he's young but the way he makes me feel about myself, about my body, the way he examines every part of me when we're having a conversation.It is immensely rare to find a person who knows what and who they want, let alone who they are themselves.I'm sure there is love mutually, but that doesn't mean the feelings will stay or fade. Don't look at numbers, height, or anything but how you feel.
You can't make somebody love you, and you can't make them stay if they don't want to.