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Thank you, dashingscorpio. Any suggestions on how this can be done kindly (-:?
Suzanne Ridgeway says
Great advice! Suzie HQ. I believe this is a wise approach! (By the way I am not in that situation at all - just posing the question for discussion).In my society I think this is still a bit frowned upon,but we should not live our lives for others!
Mariah Aiken says
Diana Grant says
Thanks, Diana. You're saying that at the end of the day happiness is what counts, right? (-:
Yes. I've had some good long-term relationships (i.e. 5 - 16 years) with men 10 years younger than me, where age hasn't mattered. So I would say just treat a man as a man, and accept or decline in the way you normally would if the offer is serious
"Just treat a man as a man". I like that! I had not looked at it in that light.
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Is it possible that she might not be interested or thankful, MickS? She might prefer to deal with men her own age or she just might be in a relationship already.
Awesome! I love the way you handled it and I love the outcome!
Adrian Aponte says
I am not too sure about that, Adrian (-:. The level of maturity may not necessarily be related to age, but sometimes it is. Of course, if she has a youthful spirit as well then it would probably work!