My daughter is dating a man twice her age

05-Jan-2020 23:27 by 3 Comments

My daughter is dating a man twice her age - who is avan jogia dating 2016

BUT don't let what they say - good or bad - define what it is that you have.You will meet many people who will oppose your relationship with this man, and as long as it is healthy, loving and growing (something that makes BOTH of you better people as a result of it) then make sure you are sure.

Just say that you appreciate their concern and their advice, but this is what you want. The least thing you want right now is being prego - at a young age. I mean if your bf is helping you in one way or another good, even better.

Your BF is not in a relationship with your parents.

You can take what your parents say under consideration, you can use their OPINION as a giude post.

Because whn you are sure, those OPINIONS are just opinions, not rules.

Now, I'm sure your parents wnat the best for you, I'm sure they want to know that you are safe in this situation, that you aren't going to shut them out, that you won't be used or hurt because of this relationship.

I told my parents about who I was seeing and that I am happier than I have ever been.

He treats me so well and is everything I ever wanted in a man. They think it is "creepy" and that they don't support me in my decision.

I know it is a tough thing to go through, but to be honest, if you are happy, then they "should" be happy for you. They always feel like they know what you should do and that their way is the right way.

Best thing to do is to just tell them and get it over with.

If you are wishy-washy at all about itn then you may be in for a storm. Then whatever anyone says (including your parents) doesn't matter. AND MORE IMPORTANTLY what YOU think about what they think. You are worried about what's going to happen, you are dreading breaking the news... If they don't like it will it tear you apart inside?

People will say bad things and people will say good things. you are absolutely right about being confident in what i'm doing, and i DO believe in what i am doing with him. There really is no way you can know what they will think... Will it tear apart the relationship you believe in?

The more you are confident in YOU, the less the bad stuff affects your decisions. A loving reciprocal relationship is tough to come by. I hope that when i do tell my parents they'll see how much i love him, and how sure i am in our relationship. There is no way on this earth that you can get them to 'like' the idea of you dating a much older guy. Going in and talking with them, you have realize BEFOREHAND that they can say whatever they feel.