My son is 16 and she is My son turns 17 this year and she turns 15 so it is a 2 year difference. If it really concerns you, I think you may want to talk to your son about why he is dating a younger girl. You could invite them to dinner and that way everyone could get to know one another better. I recommend talking to them both individually and together to learn more about their relationship: how they think about it, what their goals are, what their likes and dislikes are.
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But I really want this thing to go somewhere because we really like each other. If we do get together, how do I handle my mom? For those similarly not up to speed a freshman is usually around years old and a junior is years old. Big deal. A crush is a crush.
I'm not so comfortable with the age difference between the two of them. I want to be able to chat about this with her, without her totally dismissing what I have to say. Does anyone have any tips on what to say? Invite him over!
Heading out for your freshman year of college is an exciting time, filled with plenty of opportunities — and by opportunities, I mean people to date. You'll be scoping out fellow naive undergrads from the moment you start to unpack your luggage, but listen to me before numbers and emojis are exchanged — there are many, many people you shouldn't date during your first year of college. Do I sound like a downer? But trying to lock down a dude within the first semester is often a goal filled with much trial, and copious error. When you're a junior, you'll look back at those guys, and wonder what you were thinking.