I am comfortable five years either way, outside of the range they better be very exceptional for me to consider, but definitely not 22 years.i tried it for about a was great even with the age gap we could just get lost in the momments.however i didn't think it would last, she finally gave into the pressure from friends and family to find someone more her i guess if hes rich enuf to afford a young bedmate why not, maybe he will put u in his will, lotsa guys want younger girls, i guess why dont u ask ur parents how they feel,ya looking for a sugar daddy? Could it be his money that she's attracted to though? an age difference forumheres what I posted yesterday on another one Of course it can work. You will be a very different person in 5 or 10 years...
and msschif ur gettin on fine are ya , is that why ya lookin for an intimate encounter? Virtually all the people that ask me out are considerably younger than me.
There are a lot of “Daddy’s Girls” out there, but I am not one of them.
To define our relationship like that would misconstrue it; we were simpatico. I’d say it was bad experiences throughout school which probably made me much more accepting.
Your daughter will let you down, make huge mistakes, and maybe even turn her back to you for a season, but don't ever let her doubt your love for her. If you're doing it right, she'll want to marry someone like you one day. Not stations I'd listen to on my own (with one exception -- I love Taylor Swift), but when it lights them up, it lights me up. One of the best things you can do for your daughter is to love her mom well. The seasons of life when I lose focus on dating Brooke (my wife) are also the same seasons when our children have more issues. Love your wife, make time to date her, take her on trips, and show your kids that she is a bigger priority than they are. Dads who are further down the road than I am regret not being more emotionally engaged with their teenage daughters. A friend once told me that my job is to be the Chief Memory Maker of the house. I love a good football game as much as the next guy, but clap as hard for your daughter's recital as you would on your couch watching sports.