22- year old guys might as well be pond scum when dating outside of college because they are not established yet. I actually have quite the progress with this other girl I'm talking with, who's a couple of months older than me. I agree that go where the heart is, but when its that stage of life.... but there's a big difference between a 16 or 17 year old and a 20 year old. There is no way in my books that a man should be hanging around a child of 15 or 16 or even 18.just is not right to take advantage of an inexperienced, naive gal.
But, what if the guy had a really good head on his shoulders, was respectful and so on.
Make sure to draw boundaries as to what you want to happen or what you’re willing to do. Be careful not to be clingy with the person you’re hooking up with, as this can easily take the fun out of it all. a hookup – 12 easy ways to split them up] #6 No to drunk-texting.
College is notorious for parties and beers, and you’ll have your share of it all soon.
But just know that soon she will be in college and want to explore so the relationship might not last. I love this guy who's 5 years older than me and he loves me back. If you still have questions just ask I am a mom and a very protective one,my 3 sons are very protective of their sister,so with that in mind if an older man wants to date my very young daughter..better not touch her.
You will be entering the work force and may meet all the new girls coming in to work and the old ones. But really, when I said I wasn't interested in her I really am not haha. my experience is that I could've but didn't, way back when... a couple of years makes a big difference developmentally whereas at my age (40) a 5 or even ten year gap, sometimes you find there's little difference. I am strictly against college guys dating lil gals in high school..not legal to date a minor and even though my daughter is in college now if a man in his 20's started having an interest in her when she was still in high school..well,her brothers are big guys who don't need anyone messing with their dear sister.