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I am thinking that the son would think that was weird. I suppose talking to the son and getting his opinion would be the moral thing to do, before jumping into bed with this young hot stud. But there are couples who have made it despite this age difference, but being this situation, with it being a son’s friend and all, that is a bit messy.
The way I see it…they both adults free to choose whomever they desire. As long as they’re happy, then its their business and no one elses.
Its funny how it used to be only older men going with women 20-30 years younger than them. Now we see as many older women and younger men 20+ years of age getting into relationships.
It isn’t just about that, this involves her son. In this day and age, immoral behavior has become the standard. The son’s opinion should weight heavily on this mothers mind. There are so many men out there, why choose the one that may upset her flesh and blood. Just my opinion.
An Undisclosed Location | 5 years, 12 months ago (6 hours, 38 minutes after post)
Well, the deal is . . . they did spend time together alone and I am talking in third person here.
The chemistry is more intense than anything I have experienced before. I care about this young man. No, my son does not know the extent of our connection and to complicate things further . . . he’s engaged to be married in August (not my son, the other guy).
Obviously, he is not ready to be married.
It was very strange, the intensity of the chemistry and connection I felt to this guy from the first time I met him. I am a bit confused because he is so young and has lots of baggage. Intellectually, I would never get involved with him. But, it feels like a spiritual/soul connection. I am torn about how to deal with this. help.
Oh boy, it’s worse then I thought. lol. Just tell your friend to step back. He is young. He needs to find his path. He needs to figure out if he loves this woman he is engaged to! If he is cheating, contemplating cheating, etc, he needs to let this poor woman know.
You know what they say about older women? They don’t:
and they are as greatful as h*ll!
well….i dont think age is a problem but it is a problem that he is engaged you need to tell him to back off
Not all situations are the same, some couples have stayed together until death, despite the huge age difference. In some cases age really doesn’t matter, depends on the maturity of the people involved. However in this particular case I would definately consider the son” reaction to his Mom dating his friend, this could be embarassing to him, I would not do it if he objected.
in one word CHEMISTRY. very intense chemistry, like i have never experienced before. when i first met him, it was like i had to brace myself. if the situation wasn’t complicated it would be perfect. hahahah lol how silly is that?
I agree. I have never been in this situation before. duh . . . and well, are you suggesting I tell my son?
Hey, here’s one for you . . . just give me your thoughts.
There is a guy, he’s 24 years old. He is flirting with a 46 year old woman. They have ‘chemistry’ that is intense. He makes advances of a provocative nature often. The woman is very attracted to him.
What should the woman’s response be and why? Oh, she is single and he is a friend of her grown son.
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