DEAR CAROLYN: I’ve recently started chatting online with a considerably older man — closer to my parents’ age than mine.
I swiped right because I thought he was attractive, but I didn’t really expect to ever meet up with him. A few weeks and many deep conversations later, I realized I feel a real connection with him and, as odd as it sounds, I can see a potential future for us.
Ask Amy: I wanted to tell these fellow diners to shut up
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We’ve already talked about what that may look like. He even brought up kids and we are on the same page.
It’s way too early to know whether this will really go somewhere, but, despite our strong connection, the age gap has me wondering if I should end this before I get any more invested.
DEAR DATING: If you have a problem with it, then it would make sense to end it before you get more involved.
If you think other people have a problem with it, then it would make sense to ask yourself why you would change the course of your life to conform to other people’s expectations. Even your parents’, if that’s what you’re worried about.
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Source:: The Mercury News – Lifestyle