12 year old dating a 19 year old Chat seex


26-Sep-2017 02:57

You can't make somebody love you, and you can't make them stay if they don't want to.

I'll tell you 100% if you are not clingy, desperate and can be independent and happy without him, it will attract him more as opposed to you depending on him.

So I'm going to allow this to happen because it's happening for a reason. I'm honestly worried about getting my heart broken. I feel embarrassed somewhat admitting or sharing the age difference to people. It was certainly a short lived fling for me.it was great. I don't think it's the age for me it's the stage of where someone is at.

And yeah it will most probably be short lived because I do want him to go live his life and do what most young guys do but for now I'm going to 'go with the flow' as they say and be kissed the way I've always wanted to be kissed, touched like a woman should be touched and held like your the best thing he's ever seen and doesn't want to let go....because I deserve it....***** So interesting as I am 32-though I look more like I'm 22, and my guy is also 19. I hope like you I can just go with the flow and have fun. He is a lovely guy but reality for me is that how can he take care of me when he can't even take care of himself? I have met plenty of guys my age and they are soo immature it's embarrassing.

I would be afraid of taking her away from her youth. If he's ready and understands how you feel and you openly express that, I don't see why it would be a problem.

Last night I see him again at the restaurant and thia tome he asks me for a drink after work.....since last night we saw each other today and am seeing each other tonight when he finishes work.We are very happy and natural together when I let it flow. Years back, I dated a woman that was 12 years older than me.We talk about a serious future together as we have very compatible life goals, but I worry him being with me is stopping him from experiencing other people and happiness in his life. It was a serious relationship which lasted just over 5 years.I think our culture doesn't aid in successful monogamy. I feel relationships are such a sacred spiritual path...are such accurate mirrors of each other and this can show us things we need to learn....scary sometimes, but gorgeous. You could show him the ropes in the sexual manner, but if you think about the long run -- when will he be ready to have children?

when he is ready, will you be able to give that to him? Think 5 years, 10 years, 15 years, 20 years, 25 years, etc.

In reality, most romantic relationships, whether you are in your 20s or in your 40s, do not last forever.