Ever Been In A Relationship With An Older Guy?

Ever Been In A Relationship With An Older Guy?

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Ok, here is the deal...I met a guy the other night who is 39 (I am 25)..we hit it off and have gone out twice..Nothing has happened yet but last night we got into some french kissing and ass grabbing..I am just not sure if this age difference is going to be a problem..He was divorced about three years ago..no kids...
He is alot of fun to be with and we do have some common interests and he has a great body too(at least in clothes!!..who knows what's underneath..=) )
I know he wants to have sex..He sent me an e-mail this morning that was a bit randy..
But he's like almost 15 years older... Any suggestions???
06/30/2010
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Tori Rebel Tori Rebel
Does it bother you that he's older? What potential problems are you concerned with? There is no set 'acceptable' age difference - it just matters what you and he are comfortable with. Certainly don't feel pressured into anything with anyone, of any age, but if you're interested in him and physically attracted to him, there's nothing wrong with that.

I'm 27 and my man turned 42 last month. It is hands down the healthiest and most stable and overall best relationship I've ever had. The only concerns either of us have ever had regarding age in our relationship, is that if we look at things down the road, I'm not sure I'd want to have a baby with him (which he is willing to do - he has 4 as it is), he'd be in his mid-60's when our child graduates high school. Also, not to be morbid, but chances are he will die before me, seeing as women already statistically live longer to begin with. But I'm OK with that, I'd rather be with him now and be widowed a little earlier than some if that's what life has in store.

Do what feels right for you and him. Communicate and make sure you're on the same page. And if neither of you are looking long term but still want the same things right now, that's ok too. Figure out what works for YOU.
06/30/2010
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Originally posted by Tori Rebel
Does it bother you that he's older? What potential problems are you concerned with? There is no set 'acceptable' age difference - it just matters what you and he are comfortable with. Certainly don't feel pressured into anything ...
Thanks for the great advice! You are so sweet! I do agree with just about everything..I think we are just looking to have fun now..no long term commitments..
06/30/2010
Tori Rebel Tori Rebel
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Thanks for the great advice! You are so sweet! I do agree with just about everything..I think we are just looking to have fun now..no long term commitments..
That's actually how we started out - very casual, and things just moved forward, as things tend to do If you're comfortable and interested and he feels the same way, there's really nothing standing in your way! Have fun
06/30/2010
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Originally posted by DELETED
Ok, here is the deal...I met a guy the other night who is 39 (I am 25)..we hit it off and have gone out twice..Nothing has happened yet but last night we got into some french kissing and ass grabbing..I am just not sure if this age difference is ...
Nina Hartley talks about this very topic and has some really interesting things to say on this week's Tuesdays With Nina video blog.
06/30/2010
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Originally posted by Tori Rebel
That's actually how we started out - very casual, and things just moved forward, as things tend to do If you're comfortable and interested and he feels the same way, there's really nothing standing in your way! Have fun
Actually, I already took your advice last night! We had fun and I didn't think of the age difference.
07/01/2010
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