11 year old dating 16 year old
After my late father, I definitely consider him the most important, most special man I've ever known.Not a day goes by that I don't think of him (it took me a VERY long time to get over his passing and to accept that he's no longer here on earth, although still with me very much in spirit.) Yes, when certain people come into your life, even if briefly, IT IS A GIFT. That’s the beauty of what dating and what life is all about. You’re an experience for me and I’m an experience for you. Here’s the deal: 60 and 30 is not going to work long-term. It can be something that can just be a week or two or three or a month or four months or a year. People are there to teach you things that you can learn from.yes I try to get as young as I can, and turns out I can!! I was 20; he was 44, but didn't look (or act) his age (in a good way.) I fell hard and fast.He didn't consider himself to be a good looking guy in the traditional sense, but I thought he was adorable, sexy, extremely funny (we're talking incredible humor, creativity and talent), kind, sincere, an exceptional lover, had tons of friends and he knew how to treat women. We knew it wasn't meant to last but he remained a good friend and passed away of cancer at the age of 51.(I guess when younger women constantly see you with younger mates, they wait their turn to live the experience. With that being said, I don't give a heck, because he is so kind, has a rocken fit body, who works out regulary.I live a very exciting life, full of adventure and experiences, that they want to be a part of. Treats be like a queen, and we happen to live in the same town. He loves to give me full body messages, and foot massages and I don't even have to ask, he just loves to give me.
I feel like I’m touching her without even touching her. So my 60-year-old friend asked me, “What if I’m honest with her like you told me to be and she just doesn’t really want to go any further? We’re going to share things, we’re going to learn from one another, and our time will be up whenever it’s meant to be up. Why deny something where you can both grow as people?To me, that is a predjudice, no different than saying, you don't think orientals should date White men, or Indian's. Are you jelous that the younger women prefer a more mature, man, who has much more to offer her, in EVERY way, than a young man, just starting out?When you get to be 40 or 50, (I hope I will still be alive), I would like to hear your perception of this then.I’m also a father to the world’s cutest little girl, and I am an unapologetic man.Some say I’m nuts, others say I’ve changed their life forever. I’d prefer brutally honest breakthrough to a “nice” rut any damn day of the week.