Dating a man 25 years older
There's the whole swiping, making conversation, making time to meet, then keeping contact. Right to come knocking on your door, you need to do your fair share of digging to find him and get him to make the move. You've grown to love the nose you hated in high school, and are unapologetic about your annoying habits and quirks (like being super indecisive about lunch). If you don't see a long-term thing with him, why are you giving him your time?But hopefully, you'll be a pro at coming up with quippy remarks. But, the thrill of a Tinder match showering me with compliments and an occasional dick pic just doesn't (and TBH never) tickled my fancy. Yeah, they suck, but is it worth putting your best foot forward for a whiskey-fueled guy that will finish in two minutes? Anyone who comes into your life is going to have to accept it. Don't get me wrong, they're are great and important, but to an extent. Do you want to live in a Brownstone in Brooklyn like I do? Please, I have other things to do then to sit around all day wondering why he never texted me back. There's nothing like some one-on-one time with your own body to learn what gets you off.Please, don't think you're going to be the one that will change his fuckboy ways. There has to be something more — a common interest — to make him relationship material. It's about someone who's genuinely excited about your plans and personal goals, whether it'd be your career or your dream to run a marathon. Like that wise Facebook meme once said, having "swag" doesn't pay the bills.
But, being solo gives me time to focus on the things that I want to achieve, like building an awesome career, spending my money the way And a lot of it. Meaning you're not going to waste your time on guys who don't fit the bill.But as all your friends opt for more romantic plans with their SO (and Instagramming the whole thing), you're trying to avoid social media as much as possible.The FOMO But instead of ranting with your BFF about how 23 is way too young to get engaged, you've stopped because well, you're 25, and it's a pretty normal thing to do at that age. Sorry parents, your kids are cute and all, but the fact that you're responsible for tiny lives is just mind-blowing.And you can't get all of that without being in a relationship.You know, the one you cultivated in college that told you to get married now?