Dating a 22 year old
A female friend of mine was in a long term relationship with a guy who was about 15 years younger than her. You're going to continue to grow and mature while he's probably pretty set in his ways by now.Each relationship needs to be judged on its merits. It's unlikely that you have the maturity of someone who is almost in their forties, so it's more likely that he's got the maturity level of someone in their twenties.Got better things to do with my time :)37 year old dating a 22 year old: not inherently creepy, but going to trigger "keep an eye on this" flags -- either my 37 year old friend is way more immature than I've previously seen and this is a very mature 22 year old, or dude is way creepier than I was aware of.37 year old only dating people either in or just graduated from college: inherently creepy. As a 30-something myself, however, I'd definitely struggle to imagine having all that much in common with someone 13 years younger than me.
There has been speculation for over a year towards the Pepperdine graduate's relationship with Caitlyn, who is four times the age of her young love interest. This was followed by an eye roll emoji when another fan's curiousity got the better of them, asking Sophia is she was 'dating' Caitlyn Jenner.
You've entered the age where it's not that creepy anymore, in my oppinion.
Though be aware that you're still young and lots of things might change about yourself. But the opposite was true as I developed during my 20's and we eventually broke things off after 8 years.
But that would be a fleeting thought and I honestly wouldn't think too much about it after that. moving in together would be considered normal for 37 year old but I know I wasn't ready to live with my partner at 22, or having kids or slowing down your social life etc. Each situation is unique--my friend's parents are still mad about each other thirty years later, and they are fifteen years apart.
I've always dated older men, and based solely on my experience, the further away they were in age, the more likely they were trying to "stay young." This doesn't necessarily mean that they weren't looking for a relationship, but it was more the aspect of living a carefree life with fewer serious responsibilities. Whether or not they want to mature with you is the question. But I'm not going to judge someone who dates out of their age range. Go for it, but keep your wits about you, as you would with any relationship. Again, please keep their identity a secret Click on the "Continue" button search with your zip/postal code.