- Don't get in a relationship with an older man, stay friends.Vote A
- Go for it, if you like eachother, go for it.Vote B
Most Helpful Guy
When you are 40, he will be 65. You will be at or near you sexual peak. He will probably be losing his sexual abilities. That means that in 15 years things will not be so great.
If you can accept that your relationship would not be permanent (and he accepts it) them by all means have a relationship now. If he gives yo what yo want, what more do you need.
But from his standpoint, while you will be able to leave the relationship and find someone else, it is not likely that he will easily find someone to finish life with. Just things to think about.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
When I was 17 I was with a guy that was 22 everything was alright at first. After we made it official he became way to clingy. He would text me till super late and wouldn't leave me alone so I'd turn off my phone. So in the morning I'd have all these text when I woke up. We'd see each other 3 times a week at least. He basically was too clingy for me, I broke up with him he cried and it was done. What really did it for me was that he had no ambition to better himself. I work hard for what I want, I awlays have. I felt like he'd hold me back. Plus he wanted to settle down and I was trying to live life. On the other hand my cousin is with her boyfriend who is 6 years older than her they've been together for about 10 now.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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