The thing is that I met him through an online dating site, we met almost 2 years later, he is a gentleman and he seems to very a very down to earth and humble person, he practices yoga, he has a dog that he loves so much, very open minded but yet respect his own thoughts an opinions, he is very patient and very educated, he knows about many topics and such but I'm really thinking After the first time we met we have been dating for a year and 2 months I hate working at a call center and I'm really exhausted but I have to work to pay my food, rent and classes, the call center takes more time than the rest of my dreams, but still if I move in with him I'll not have those opportunities at the beach unless I decide to become self thought. But I have no clue if dating a 59 year old man is the best choice, I don't know how will it be eventually, perhaps I'll get bored, have great expectations I do not want to become dependent of him which I'm starting to feel, I feel the urge for him to call me, give me advice which he is excellent at his voice is really full of wisdom, tenderness and caress so I don't know what exactly I'm feeling for him, I do not want to create dependency, I want to avoid that at all costs, I also need tips to avoid that, I go out and all but that doesn't seem to help, I guess I have an emptiness that I cannot fill out with the common activities and my job is not letting me develop my best skills because it takes part of my entire life, no flexibility at all, all I get is a tired mind and body at the end of the day. Why on Earth would someone want to plan to be an Old Man's nursemaid for the rest of their young lives.?
FAQ on Coronavirus and Mefi : check before posting, cite sources; how to block content by tags. Hey guys just curious if a woman who is 31 years old was into a guy who is 26 me , would the age gap be too large for it to be considered normal. It's a five year gap, and to me that just seems too much for what is "normal" It would be okay if the man was 26 and she was 21 but the other way around feels too milfy, or cougarish. But what if everything about the other person you liked, you liked their personality, you found them attractive, etc Does it say about me that I wasn't able to attract a younger woman so there is something wrong with me? Yeah, it's fine. What says more about you is the fact that you would ask this question.
A guy walks into a bar. He sees a hot year-old sitting at one of the bar, and he sees a hot year-old sitting at the other end. Does he use the same game on both chicks? A year-old is much harder to impress, but a year-old will balk if you come on too strong. There are challenges and rewards with both. The most put-together dudes will instantly assess the landscape and know how to approach each woman in a way that jives with her sensibilities.