Dating older man with children
I'm not saying it couldn't work; I'm just asking you to think beyond the immediate comfort and initial honeymoon phase, evaluate your doubts and the source of those doubts, and ask yourself if this is what you really want.
Age is just a number, but love, connection, values, compatibility and chemistry are real.
And by the way, they are real hard to find in one person, so thank your lucky stars that you have found your soul mate.
If I follow what feels right, am I setting myself up for future failure? Usually, we don't question the things we know in our gut to in our best interests.
You are concerned that a 15 year age difference may be a "terrible idea" or "setting yourself up for future failure." Are these irrational concerns, or is this your intuition trying to out-talk your infatuation?
" I echo her word of caution and circle back to the simple truth that you are having doubts.
Some say love is blind and ageless, but a sustainable relationship is built on a lot more than just love alone. Just think about having children in your thirties, and chasing around toddlers with a man in his late forties.
It takes a certain amount of compatibility to carry you through the decades ahead. I hear that you are an old soul, but that doesn't necessarily mean you have to date someone significantly older to meet your "soul-match." I say go for a five to seven year age difference.
But bottom-line, you are the only one who really knows if this relationship is a fit.
I know he's not old enough to really be my father, but he's up there.
It's really a case of two kindred spirits being separated by a lot of numerical years. - Old Soul, 27 Dear Old Soul, Just the fact that you are presenting this question makes me wonder if you already know the answer.
In my opinion, there is a lot more than just 15 years that separates you from your 42-year-old boyfriend.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating