Is dating at 15 too young
All those silly emotional moments and years of emotional turmoil are soon to come anyways, it's just a better idea to wait until you and the other people around you are more mature.
have lots of friends and hang out with them, guys and girls.
You'll end up alienating the friends who are dropping truth-bombs such as the one above.
Next thing you know, he's your closest friend as well as your boyfriend — which creates a co-dependent dynamic that's bad for any relationship.8.
Being the older, wiser man is a power trip for him.
And that's all about , the said power trip he is getting off on should be overt.
That's like valuing a 30-year-old because he has the math aptitude of a middle schooler.15.
You might feel like Joan Jett when he picks you up in his Seville outside the high school in front of all your friends, but he is being mercilessly mocked by all of the women in his life for dating a 14-year-old.2.there is no use in getting wrapped up in "dating" when it's not even worth it. Just think, if you think that you and this person you like would NOT be able to still be friends after you break up and stop having those "more than friend" feelings towards each other than the chances of having a worth while relationship are low. trust me, even with really close guy friends of mine, i found that they were not mature enough to handle being friends after "going out". All that does is ruin a perfectly wonderful friendship.Sometimes people, and especially at 14, find that all their friends have boyfriends and girlfriends, walk around the school holding hands, hugging, kissing, cuddling.Which is one of those things where, yeah, it happened, but asteroids also hit the Earth occasionally and we all still leave our houses without wearing full-body protective Plexiglass domes. He might be running from a bad relationship with a woman his age. It's great how you guys are on the same emotional level, right! It's the emotional version of going from breast buds to boobs! If he had a nasty breakup with (or for older men, a nasty divorce from) someone in his demographic, there's a good shot that's why he's with you — someone who, ostensibly, can't hurt him. (Wrong.) He's in a different generation than you; he shouldn't be a decade behind emotionally.
I was like "darn, I should have gone out with him when I had the chance." in the long run though, I was really happy, looking back I know that I would have just caused myself even more pain.