17 year old dating 25 year old
Mainly, the maturity gap was too much to overcome and it was hard to talk to someone who still acted like they were a child. I've heard the age gap calculation is half your age plus seven. It just seems so weird to me, even though I'm not that old.
She's going to go through a similar transformation, and you don't want to be a part of that. Madness lies this way.imho, you don't want to date someone who's at a different stage of their life.
You might feel like Joan Jett when he picks you up in his Seville outside the high school in front of all your friends, but he is being mercilessly mocked by all of the women in his life for dating a 14-year-old. It's not super-sweet and romantic of him when he buys you beer and/or gets you a fake.
If you're an inexperienced drinker who feels it after 2 bottles of Mike's Hard, that benefits , not you. Among the biggest reasons that he likes you is because you're young.
It was something very significant in my life and my first love and I grew so much from it and learned so much. When I was 18, I dated someone who was 27, and it worked.
Just be ready to go at her pace, don't expect her to follow yours. If you two mesh well together and you're not her teacher or something, I'd say it's all good. You're not breaking any laws, so the real question is if the relationship works for both of you. We got along great and the age gap was no issue at all.
My question involves criminal law for the state of: California i am 17 years old(18 in a couple months). legally are we allowed to continue to date if we dont do anything sexually. is it illegal to date someone of that age or is it just illegal if we become sexually involved or how does that all work.
If you aren't looking to settle down and get married yet, (she probably isn't), go for it.
Yes, he might be into you because you like the same bands and you act "mature for your age." (Has he ever told you that you have "an old soul? And maybe somewhere down the road, things will be different for both of you.
" Puke.) But mostly, it's the fact that he's your first. But the only way for that to happen is to let it end when it's supposed to.
Biggest thing is the maturity, most were completely obscure doing who knows what in their own world, NO THANK YOU!! My current girlfriend was 18 when we started dating (I was 25), and we've been together for 9 months now, she's 19, I'm 26 now.
The fact that she's actually smart and mature about things is what made it different from the other girls her age.