Im 17 dating 22 year old
We know each other's age and he's been flirting with me a lot. Parents are going to have to get over the fact that it is your life and you are going to be turning 18 at some point in your life. Maybe you were too desperate that you ended up choosing a much younger man.It will be so frustrating when you will have to put efforts to appear younger for him because the thrilling might be there but with time, it fades.Yeah, I'm not necessarily really against this age difference, but when I was 22, I had absolutely no desire to date 17 year olds and didn't even cross my mind to think of them as dateable.There's a huge difference in terms of where people are at at that specific time in life.if you want to tell your mom you are dating then just come out with it but if you haven't gotten serious with him then tell her could or should make it a little easier on her but just in case make sure he is the right one for you.If you said no don't tell your mom, but if you said yes you should let her know. WHO MEANS MORE TO YOU YOUR MOM OR THE MAN THAT POSSIBLE BROKE HER HEART! If he isn't the father than he should have no problem.
The first thing you should do is make sure your parents trust the person your going to be with.It's up to you to start making your own decisions and taking control of your actions.Maybe invite the bf/gf over and just ask your parents if you can hang out with friend at your house.its is according to how much older if just a year or two it shouldn't matter to much but if it is by a few years thenprobably pretty soon so she knows but you shouldn't even be dating in hi in the first place. example: mom, i am very sorry, but i am dating your ex husband. : P But i think, when you and her are alone,you should tell her this: Hey mom! Hopefully you have a good relationship with your mother.I was wondering if we can go shopping to buy myself a bra, i think i need one ? If you do, I would suggest going to her and being honest about your dating an older guy.