A male Health And Fitness shes-18-im-25-am-i-a-creep-for-talking-to-her She's 18, I'm 25. Am I a creep for talking to her? Relationship & Sex    age 22-25, *u5tS0m3Guy writes:

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I’ve been doing some online speed dating to fire up my social life. Recently I met a girl (and fellow foodie). It was almost too easy to small talk my way to a date this Thursday. The problem is, she is 18… She just finished highschool and is still thinking about what to do next. Meanwhile, I’m 25 and soon to have 2 degrees. Am I a creep for talking to her? Should I even try to be friends? I can’t imagine we have much in common aside from liking food.

On the other hand, I’ve got a baby face (I look young) and I fit in better with the undergrad crowd from my lab than I do with my fellow grad students.

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A male reader, WiseOwlE Health And Fitness shes-18-im-25-am-i-a-creep-for-talking-to-her-1 She's 18, I'm 25. Am I a creep for talking to her? Relationship & Sex     + , writes (21 November 2018):

She hasn’t decided on a college or what to do with her life. Getting romantically-involved with an older-man when she has little or no relationship-experience could prove a challenge for her. Much depends on her level of maturity.The only problem is if a romance develops; then goes south. Her inexperience with dealing with someone with such a head-start in life; could prove emotionally-devastating. Breakups with someone her own age is hard-enough; but it would be easier for you because you’re emotionally-mature. You might only want to chat about food; but that’s not likely to remain her only interest.Then there’s the issue whether her parents think you’re a creep. Do you know for sure she is 18 and not lying to you?It might be general consensus to just put age-difference aside; but young people are so influenced by, and addicted to, social media. They don’t always have a firm grasp on reality. They have difficulty dealing with challenging emotional-situations; and breakups or rejection affects them deeper. Due to limited personal-interaction and exposure to people; which often leaves them emotionally-defenseless and easy to traumatize.Another questions is, how much of a food oficionado can an 18 year-old kid be? They don’t usually have the financial means or sophisticated palate to dine at the better restaurants. If they are wealthy enough to do so; their parents will vet your background like you’re applying to serve in the Canadian Security Intelligence Service. I know I would!If you’re sensitive, level-headed, and her parents will like you; there’s no problem. She might develop a crush; and you can’t just brush her off. It’s going be a little more difficult than someone in your age-group. Her parents, particularly her father, may prove to be your nemesis!

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A female reader, Youcannotbeserious Health And Fitness shes-18-im-25-am-i-a-creep-for-talking-to-her-2 She's 18, I'm 25. Am I a creep for talking to her? Relationship & Sex     + , writes (21 November 2018):

Health And Fitness shes-18-im-25-am-i-a-creep-for-talking-to-her She's 18, I'm 25. Am I a creep for talking to her? Relationship & Sex    Why would you view yourself as a creep for talking to a young adult woman? Is it the “just out of school” thing which is freaking you out a bit, or the fact that she is still a teenager? Go on your date. You may find you have little in common and it will just be a one-off. On the other hand, you may find you have lots in common (females allegedly mature faster than males) and, once you get to know her better, you may feel more comfortable about the relationship.

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A male reader, Fatherly Advice Health And Fitness shes-18-im-25-am-i-a-creep-for-talking-to-her-1 She's 18, I'm 25. Am I a creep for talking to her? Relationship & Sex     + , writes (21 November 2018):

Health And Fitness shes-18-im-25-am-i-a-creep-for-talking-to-her-1 She's 18, I'm 25. Am I a creep for talking to her? Relationship & Sex    18-25 is pretty much ok. Mostly based on the idea that you can’t keep 18 year old females away from 25 year old men. Some things to think about are, her readiness for a permanent relationship. In this time many 18 year olds have not really dated. My kids averaged 3 dates in high school (probably less). On the other hand my kids are close to your age than your female friend. If you are up for a 5 year on and off relationship, this could work. The more likely scenario would be you being her first long term relationship lasting 3 to six months. and there is nothing wrong with that. after all being male you have no biological clock if you marry at 35 you have lost nothing.EXCEPTAnd this is the really interesting part of your post. The creepiness factor. You see you not a creep for talking to her. You are a creep because you are male. With every year that passes your creepiness increases. And it’s exponential growth. The creepiness factor going from 20 to 25 is maybe 5% But going from 30 to 35 is 40-50%. Creepiness is an ethereal quality only detectable by younger women. There is little you can do to affect your creep status. Money and position won’t matter. Your best bet is to be Cool and Interesting. And interesting is the better of the two. I don’t think there is a problem with you dating a senior fresh out of high school. As long as you realize that you are investing your time with a low probability of return (depending on your life goals).

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A male reader, N91 Health And Fitness shes-18-im-25-am-i-a-creep-for-talking-to-her-2 She's 18, I'm 25. Am I a creep for talking to her? Relationship & Sex     + , writes (21 November 2018):

Health And Fitness 977e3106-6f9b-4a08-abba-678cab1a22f1 She's 18, I'm 25. Am I a creep for talking to her? Relationship & Sex    I wouldn’t say so no.7 years difference isn’t a great deal but the thing is that it has the possibility to have you both at some point feel like you’re at completely different stages of life. I suppose you are now to be honest and you need to think about that. I know it’s early doors but if things went well and it got a bit more serious, you could get to 30 and be ready for kids whilst she’s 23 and nowhere near, would you be able to move past situations like that? I think that’s the main thing to focus on.But to answer your question no I don’t think you’re a creep but I’m sure other aunts and uncles will have different viewpoints.

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