I am a 26 year old boy, and i have a crush on a girl at 16. Truly speaks we both share our own feelings very familiar, but my parents does not like to be friend as we are. She is giving me a respect as a elder brother. She's economic condition was not good, but my family stands in good position from both end economy plus goodwill.
Please provide me your idea, i need your valuable suggestion.
any self respecting man of 26 should not associate with a 16 year old girl, unless it's a niece or a cousin. it's completely inappropriate. My opinion.
Although you are 26 and she is 16 she still has to mature, grow and experience life. Give her about 6 years and then re-calculate your thoughts, for now go out and find someone your age and if the feelings are mutual when she becomes an adult then re-weigh the situation. Right now she does not have any idea how a relationship works and for her you are more of a father figure and not someone she can relate to.
I was going to suggest that you could avoid prison by marrying her but that would be risky, as she is your sister.
bukan, this may just be because I live in American culture; but there's a pretty big age difference. Being friends with someone of any age is fine, but having a crush on a girl that young wouldn't be seen as "all that great" by a lot of people. She may see you as an elder brother and not even see you as a potential boyfriend. She's not finished growing up yet. You are. Five or ten years from now the age difference wouldn't be such a big problem. For now, a lot of people would probably think it would be.
Can you say jail bait. Better leave that one alone till she is 18.
I would pass. I know you want to be her knight in shining armor, but its just not good timing. It isn't the age difference thats a big deal. It is just the place in your lives that you are.
She is too young. Don't put yourself in compromising situations. It is too risky for her and you.
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