High school senior dating college junior
Also: under any circumstances whatsoever, when it comes to her body "no" means "no", and she is in control of what she does and doesn't do - not someone else's desires/requests.This way, she won't be so afraid to come to you if the need arises.“I like being able to have someone to depend on but not having to carry the weight of someone younger and less experienced than me.If they already knew what life they had ahead of them, maybe, but other than that no, I would not date a freshman.” So apparently it isn’t just a matter of maturity, but timing.Besides, where a person is academically doesn’t necessarily reflect where they are mentally.“The guys that are out of high school aren’t mature enough for me.It took a little while, but now she views him as her second son and we plan on getting married after we both graduate college.
You can't be there physically for her all the time, but if you can start the discussion yourself, you'll be the voice that comes to mind when she needs to recall all you've taught her. My family didn't seem comfortable at first then they met him. We have now been together five years and married for a year and a half.
They have been together for more than two years now.
And while a year separates my brother and me, 14 years separate our boyfriends.
He can learn about your family and I think that creates a better open line of communication.
You may find that he is not at all what you thought and he is far less likely to do something "wrong" if he knows who you are, and what your expectations of him as a friend of your daughter.
Just let her know that she's in charge of herself, but as her parent, you are in charge of feeling concern and making sure she's taken care of.