High school senior dating sophomore


09-Apr-2017 16:19

it is ultimately your choice, but i don't see you developing and moving foward in life at the same rate if you still have an anchor to the high school years keeping you from going on.(Basically, repeating what everyone else has already said) Become friends with her. That said, there are a lot of good ones (visually) at my new school I think she said she's thinking about going to the same school I am, so maybe it'd be best to stay good friends until she starts going to the same school, and then seeing if it'd work to take it somewhere else.Anyway, thanks for the input guys and gals,, I needed it!so I figured I'd get some comments/advice here,, you guys seem to have your heads on straight, for the most part i think one of the biggest problems with it would the distance...unless you commute or go to a school close to home. The only thing that I can think is that you'll get bored with her at school.Phunktastic, There's nothing wrong with a 2 year age difference.

If you're still friends when she turns 18, then start dating her more seriously.So theres this girl at work that I've started to like, a lot.. I know thats not much of a difference (in 10 years we'll be 28 and 26, which sounds fine) , but it seems like it now.and from what I can tell she thinks the same about me. There seems to be some kinda stigma about highschool girls when you're out of high school.You're both a couple years to young to form a long term relationship, mostly because you'll both keep maturing, and become "different" people over the next few years. I suggest you write her letters and/or E-mails, and phone her about once a week.

Definitely tell her she should date other people, and that you will.

I'm a college freshman (18) and shes a high school junior (16).



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