|Question – (31 December 2018)||0 Answers – (Newest, )|
|A female age 22-25, anonymous writes:
I’m a single mum with a toddler and after over two years of being single i decided last week to put myself back out there. I’m bisexual and while on a dating site I started talking to a girl who I like. My problem is that I’m nervous about getting too involved if things aren’t going to work. We’ve spoken a bit online but haven’t met in person and we have a few interests in common but I’m worried about the age gap and a few other things. She’s 18 and I’m 25 and I usually tend to like older women. What if she’s not ready to handle dating a mum? Would someone that young be okay with dating someone who has to put someone else before them? I’m also worried about where we are in our lives. I have a full time job and have my own house while she’s an arts student at college and is in a band. I really like her but I’m worried that my life would be too much for her. She’s still enjoying ‘being young’ while I’m someone’s mum. Am I overthinking all of this? Are there 18 year olds who would be ready for that? I think that I would’ve been when I was but I don’t know
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