17 dating a 23 year old
When I was 21, I was with a girl who was 16, had the body of a 22 y.o. The moral of this is, don't expect your parents to tell you the whole truth as to why they're not approving.Three years between a boy and a girl makes you about even emotionally.I would rip off your arms and beat you with the bloody stumps. I wanna kill him i do i do some one help me ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh Two problems right off the bat.1.There is a huge difference between 20 and 17 from a maturity point.I really don't see why my being 20 would make you want to kill me. (and feel free to use this gauge for the rest of your life).Would I be thrilled, naw...would I be upset, not really. If she improves you as a person, and you do the same for her..I'm not just talking between the two of you but those strange outward manifestations where parents say things like "she's really good for him..has a new sense of purpose, he's more aware of the consequences of his actions", etc., then I'd say it's a good thing. Mine, OTOH, had 2 issues...one, they felt like she was too incredible looking (damn close to a 10) and two, socially her family had an incredible case of red-neck-itis (mom didn't tell me this part until a few years later).Of course, certain activities constitute statutory rape in certain places, and that can present a major problem. Two other comments: I see nothing wrong with dating someone you work with. None of them had a problem with me and her being together.
I agree that there's generally a big difference between 20 and 17, which is why generally I don't date younger women and I've made it a rule not to date high school girls. As for not dating in the work place, if I had some important job I would agree. Of course it is WRONG, unless the woman is the 20 year old and the 17 year old is a male. when I was in High School I had next to nothing in common with them. Anyway, I also think you're maybe looking for an excuse, or somebody's permission. If she or her parents have a problem you'll find out soon enough, even if you don't ask them.But in the few months I've known her, this one seems difference. At the moment I work part time at a fast food place while I go to college. I lost my virginity to a 19 year old woman when I was 16! But 2-3 years older for the guy is quite typical -- the average age of the male in first marriages is about 2 years older, so maybe you're over-thinking this.I'd have assumed she was my age if I hadn't known she was still in High school and even knowing that, I assumed she was 18. I can not only find another such job at a moments notice, I've been seriously considering leaving anyway, because I'm moving across town and it seems silly to drive across town when there's so many similar jobs right by where I'm moving. I see nothing wrong with a 20-year-old guy with the maturity level of the Original Poster dating a 17-year-old girl. Remember: if she or they get upset at you and decide to press charges (whether anything happened between you two or not), you will be at their mercy.Sometimes if they are younger they might be immature. Legal help for juvenile law - minors' rights: 17 year old dating a 23 year old.California i am 17 years old(18 in a couple months). I'm 17 and this is my senior year in high school.it okay to date a 23 yr old? i'm kind of thinking no cause of how it sounds but i like. We've been going out for almost 4 months now and everything's going really well and we get on with each other.