18 and 30 year old dating
She said I am the best she's ever been with and she swears up and down.Only 1 other person I have had such good sex with was someone I dated for a year and was 'in love' with. Go through dinner or whatever you want to do to introduce her and don't bring her age up, but don't shy away from it if it does because if neither of you have an issue with it what any one else thinks doesn't matter. so this is my first relationship, i met him and began "going out" with him while i was 15 and he was 17.my parents knew about him, he wud come over to the house and everything.I started dating my boyfriend when I was 17 (who was 29 at the time). We have kept our relationship a secret but my parents have almost found out.We both live in North Carolina, so I know the age of consent is 16.
The sex with her is amazing, she doesnt feel any different than someone my age and we bond so well together when we do it.
How do I tell my mom I'm in a relationship with a 30 year old? Please do not think im some desperate teenager and she is some desperate 30 year old.
I have shown friends pictures of her, asking them 'hey how do old do you think this girl is? I tell them that she is 30 and they can't believe it.
my restrictions basically are i cant see him, nor can i go out anywhere with my friends. and i understand that me n him only being 1 year and 11 months apart is okay (lawfully). If you leave without permission or against their wishes, you can eventually be deemed incorrigible. You have very few rights - and the rights of your parents generally trump EVERYTHING else. If they kick you out, you can summon police or child protective service who will remind them that they can be arrested for neglect if they don't provide or arrange for you to have the provisions as outlined above.
wat can my parents do if i ask "Can i go out and see him." theyll say no. with intentions of coming back home before curfuew. And even now, a restraining order can be placed against your boyfriend. So again - if they say no, they can absolutely get a restraining order against your boyfriend if he continues to see you against their wishes no matter who initiates the contact.