Dating a 22 year old


05-Sep-2017 15:21

Using Sua Sponte's Rule of Seven (and he's a lawyer so you KNOW it's true) you figure out if a person is old enough for you by taking your age, dividing it by two, and adding seven. We'd both been previously married, both had children and were both the wronged parties in the break ups of our marriages. (Cough..lesbian...cough, cough) It was fine for awhile. She was really, really hot, though, so I had to at least see what she was like. And I did not even come close to breaking any laws in the whole process.so, 32/2 = 16 and 16 7 = 23 so she's too young for you. I was initially concerned about the age difference but it has rarely been an issue. Originally posted by dropzone Using Sua Sponte's Rule of Seven (and he's a lawyer so you KNOW it's true) you figure out if a person is old enough for you by taking your age, dividing it by two, and adding seven. I guess that would violate the divide age by 2 and add 7 rule.

In my experience women change drastically around age 22-25. This was a mistake and we really only went out once or twice.

She also never lived on her own before, and is very dependent on her parents.

I, on the other hand, was living on my own at the time, and had a lot more experience with relationships before.

Despite this, when we are not seeing each other, I can't help but worry about our age difference. Much of my worries stem from my traditional father, who never approved of our relationship since she's older than me.

According to him, such relationships are temporary, and I would get bored of being with someone who, down the line, might have less energy than myself.One of my friends says that his boyfriend isn't robbing the cradle but he is farming the graveyard.