20 year old guy dating 16 year old
I trust her to tell me the truth about things related if I ask.I know she's not a virgin and lost it to her first love who she was with for two years (age 12-14). What on earth does a person who is legal for everything (drinking, driving, voting) and theoretically has their life together (career, independence) want with someone who has none of that and a curfew and biology homework?Register for free now or start viewing messages by selecting the forum that you want to visit below.Please note: The suggestions and advice offered on this web site are opinions only and are not to be used in the place of professional psychological counseling or medical advice.No one bullied or teased her for it, for most people it was a non-issue and some were a bit jealous. It didn't last but it didn't cause any issues for her either.I will likely get a few down votes for this but I have to say I think this is totally out of line.The maturity and developmental differences in those ages is huge. If they are seriously interested in each other it should absolutely wait until she is AT LEAST of legal age.Not to mention she is still technically a minor (and very much still developing cognitively). Of course I don't know the people involved - but from what I can read here I would say absolutely not./r/Parenting is the place to discuss the ins and out as well as ups and downs of child-rearing.
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