Im 18 and dating a 26 year old
I think it's important to realise that a lot of things that may seem trivial or stupid to you (the older party) are going to be a big deal for your younger other half.You have been there and experienced those things, you've learned that there are bigger fish to fry, but they will be experiencing it for the first time and it will have greater significance to them.Yes, you're both adults, but she isn't done maturing.She'll probably change a lot over the next couple years. I'm not saying not to date her, but I would keep it very casual for awhile.The best advice I could give you, personally, is that her parents may be somewhat disapproving and it is very important that you respect their concerns.
You can have things in common, but that doesn't matter if she or you can't handle a relationship without possessiveness.The important thing is that you can share in that positively with them and not patronise them or lessen the experience.My friend gets exasperated with his girlfriend because she gets excited over random stuff that means so little to him now. Content Header .feed_item_answer_user.js-wf-loaded .
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Or will she just end up working shit jobs for the rest of her life while you foot the bill?