But when you reach a certain age and are over the party scene and work incredibly long hours, the weekend is the only time you'd ever think of going out on a date.

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Your friends are at a completely different part of life than his friends, which is probably one of the leading factors of what makes this so difficult.

So, what are the biggest differences of dating 20-somethings versus 30-somethings?

but love only comes with time not in two weeks a month. They have had they rough times in marriage as many do. It doesn't work for everyone but It does and can work. We all have to go through our follies and mistakes in life. When she was 19 she sought out the guy who had been her grade seven teacher. They are still happily married (though most of us find it kinda weird).

It's the only way we'll learn; no one can tell us how it is..of us have uttered that famous phrase, "we have a love that no one has ever experienced before us." LOL. She's living her life, and through her experiences she'll grow and mature. You have a bunch of reasons why she shouldn't leave you (you taught her a lot, etc.) But you're not entitled to her. When I was in college there was a girl I knew who was 19 who was engaged to a guy who was 36. She was a very selfish, immature girl, and most of us recognized the fact that it was the money she was after. They completely suit each other, though, she pampers him, and he is the type of person who catches every illness.

now I know what love actually is and that wasn't it. I'm sure if he gets with this girl his friends are given him the old slap on the back making jokes over if she's even legal. He will leave/cheat on her or she will in her youth fall out with this guy in time and find herself interested in another. Its hard cause he obviously developed feelings for her. but if i had a daughter, i would rather see her with a 30 year old, young men, well boys, are very much immature, and not very respectful now a days My parents are twelve years apart.

Infatuation more then likely is what she's misinterepreting as love cause hell it feels pretty close... My mom was 17 when she met my dad he was 29 they got married when she was 18 and he was 30.

I just wanna know what people think about this, hear different opinions.

I don't actually plan on acting based on what people say.

Sometimes I wanna talk to a girl, start something with her, but then I tell myself: "No, it's not right, she's too young".

But then I wonder if doing that makes me miss out on life. When I was 18 I dated someone who was 24 for like 3 months and at 19 dated someone who was 33 and had two beautiful daughters (actually now thinking about his daughters and miss what we had). My first "real relationship" started when I was 18 and she was 15, I stayed with her for 2 years and there was no sex.

Also, lately there's a girl sitting next to me in class and she's really nice to me. That one lasted longer so it's not like there isn't any prosperity in those relationships either, cause there is. I recently started going back to school and I was worried that everyone was going to be a lot younger but I've come to find out that most of the people in my classes are only a couple years younger than me, the same age or older and I am 26. The feeling of not being able to do this or that becuase your a few years older is all social construct. I learned a lot from her, and we had a great time while it lasted.