Senior dating freshman bad
However, it may seem even more stressful if you've been out of the dating scene for a long time.Fortunately for senior citizens dating, there are things you can do to help yourself get back out there and enjoy it again.My grandmother lost her husband more than a decade ago, and she hasn’t had the heart to date again.She got married at age 19, raised five children, and now she’s happily enjoying some “me time.” “Maybe I’ll join one of them sites,” she likes to say when the subject of dating comes up, “and see what all the fuss is about.” I know my grandmother will get out there when she’s good and ready, but it can be daunting to start again as an older dater with an entire lifetime of loving and living behind you.
I'm sure that opinions on this forum vary, so it would be interesting to hear each side back up their opinion. When I was a senior, I got along with some freshmen.I'm sure that opinions on this forum vary, so it would be interesting to hear each side back up their opinion. When I was a senior, I got along with some freshmen. There are some people that think it's such a bad thing for seniors to date freshmen.I just don't understand why people automatically assume older=bad. Or a freshman dating a weed-smoking freshman that doesn't care about school and will drop out when he turns 16. If a 37 year old is trying to date a freshman, I could understand people thinking that's wrong. The age gap is not extreme as some people make it sound. There are other people that think there's nothing wrong with seniors dating freshmen.A high school freshman is generally way different from a high school senior. But this thread is somewhat based on me 2 years ago.
That's part of why it failed.[quote=city_data91;16948843]Just to clear up any confusion, I'm not a senior. Seeing as freshman are 14 or 15, let's say the freshman is on the older end of the grade so she's 15. And the senior is on the younger end of the grade, he's 17 and he's a summer baby. The senior guy has the freshman girl's best interest in mind. He's not just looking for an easy freshman girl to have sex with.
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