You must have doubts about it, otherwise you wouldn't be posting in this forum.If this was a man we would be saying it is just a mid life issue and the older person is just thinking about some "hot" sex.I also would not want a 26 year old woman, or man for that matter, dating my 18 year old child. He will be 19 next month and has been accepted into the Navy. I had the final answer in my heart but just needed some outside advice. It's a little creepy, and the last thing you want is creepy on your track record.(I'm 19, only a year older than this guy, and if I was his friend, I would label you as a 'creeper,' and if I was his MOM, whoa...We give without expectations to get back, we did little things for each other with the intention to make our partner smile, we practice self-sacrifice, we help each other every time we could, we fight calmly and productively.When we make love, he always tries to make me happy, and he never forces me to do it when I say I don't want to.But generally, the military lifestyle is a difficult one. And as I said, most military guys his age are not looking to settle down- they're looking to get on that military base, hit up all the strip clubs, and get away with their "sailor" title by drinking underage.
I did have good grades, normal social relationships, male friends and other interests.Even though I've been studying abroad for 9 months, thanks to his encouragement, I can still do well in my studies and find joy in life.Through my story, I would conclude big a gap in age makes no differences in a relationship.Around 1 year, the new guy cheated on me with someone else, and abused me very negatively. It's been around 9 months since the break up, and I've been devastated still.It was my ex, the 50 guy, who, stayed with me through my darkest days, cheered me up and comforted me.