18 year old dating 15 year old okay

We aren't actually dating yet, but I think we might. We have both had some emotional problems and we are helping each other through it. Xx Xx i don't think that age gap is much of an issue. I know a girl who's 16 and her boyfriend is 19 and eveyone's fine with it. If you're 15, it's only okay with most people if it's three years at the most, but if you're 16 it can be four and so on.

And of course, given the age difference, this may well spark the said protectorate instints into life. Off the top of my head, the total age difference is of around 3.35 years?

I don't think that's a valid argument at all ages, by any stretch of the imagination: I don't plan to date above 30 until the day I die. Anyway, I think it's probably too much of an age gap.

But at 15, you've got to wonder why he's going for semi-pubescent girls instead of the 18 year old hotties that every man loves so much. You're at different stages in life, and while older guys are more attractive they're just as likely to screw you over. As long as you guys love eachother go for it, and as long as there are no laws prohibting you 2 can date.

But at 15, you've got to wonder why he's going for semi-pubescent girls instead of the 18 year old hotties that every man loves so much. My mother and father are married and they are 7 years apart. Imagine 10 years into the future, you and your boy.

Hello, This is a fairly simple question, however I see myself getting various different reactions; I figured that a forum full of parents was going to be the most productive place to ask this question, seeing as its a parents oppinion that I am looking for, and in this case, my own parents oppinion isn't going to suffice, as it will undoubtedly be biased. A few months back, I met a girl at my former college (I have now left, having finished sixth form.), aged 15.

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