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Thread: Does Age really matter in a relationship?

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    Platinum Member Lambert's Avatar
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    May 2012
    You want to be grown up? Then you don't lie and you don't risk hurting others for your own selfish reasons.

    You are under age and you need to date boys in your own age group. Not 20 year old men. He could go to jail or be marked a sex offender for the rest if his life. the. rest. of. his. life!

    We're all young, at some point and have done dumb things. But you gotta think about someone other than yourself. This could become a very serious problem. Not just for him but things could happen to you, that you will never get over. You could hurt your parents and your family.

    Lying about your age is not cool.

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    Platinum Member j.man's Avatar
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    Jul 2008
    Haven't seen too many relationships work out where one partner volunteered the other as an unwitting sex offender.

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    Platinum Member Andrina's Avatar
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    Jan 2015
    central Florida
    Dating apps are for adults who don't meet enough people in their age group in their daily lives. Their dating pool is limited unless they use the app. If you attend public school, you likely come into contact with a minimum of 100 boys, with a few cute ones in the mix, who you could gradually be getting to know. Plus, that's a whole lot safer than meeting strangers from the Internet. If you don't go to a public school, or if it's a small private school, there are plenty of clubs around for teens you could join. When I was your age, I was a member of a masonic organization for girls, and we did social stuff with the boys masonic organization. I met my first major boyfriend through that, and we dated for two years.

    Mentally healthy twenty year olds don't want to go out with 16 year old girls, so save yourself from rejection if he is a sane person and finds out you're jail bait, or save yourself from psychological trauma if he's a child predator.

    Even when I was 19 and still living at home, I didn't like my mother's rules, but listened to her anyway. As an adult, I thank God I did, because now with my adult brain and life experience, I know she was right and trying to protect me from harm.

    Put yourself in a mother's role. If in the future you had a 16 year old, would you be okay with her dating someone who got out of high school a whole 2 years earlier? If you think that's okay, please realize that even though you might have the body of a woman, your brain won't be fully mature in the decision making pre-frontal cortex until you're 25. So it's best you stick by the normal dating rules imposed on teens for your own good. You'll thank yourself later. I know I did.

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