Dating a guy eight years younger

Dating a guy eight years younger

In the end we

This will be awful, but it will be something you will take on board in time. It doesn't sound like your relationship is equal in this regard.

In the end, we decided that it would be best for me to move to Beijing, because I have much more flexibility at this phase of my career. At some point you will need to make a decision to move on to someone who will commit to you. She will likely be a very similar person to who she is now. That can be a pretty hard fear to work through.

Everyone who knows us thinks we were made for each other. There's also the issue of relative aging. Once I've committed to someone, I'll not change my mind. We spent a two month holiday together in Hungary and eastern Europe, bicycle touring. Had nothing to do with an age difference and everything to do with the real day-to-day world not matching the vacation-world we had shared for relatively short periods.

You may well be great together again when she works through some of these things. It was a lot for him to deal with and none of his peers had experience to help him.

They have been together for several years, live together and seem likely to stay together - it's a serious relationship in which both seem very happy. Ask her to communicate this with you, and then for the love of everything let her go with plenty of time to move on if you're not feeling it. She is a faithful and loving partner.

This is the salient aspect in what you wrote. We are compatible on so many levels, and get along in an easy and when starting, immediate way.

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