He comes from a nice family, his parents are still together and he went to a good school.
On the 'downside': he's the same height as me (I like taller guys, generally speaking, but am trying to be open-minded when it comes to him), still lives at home (as do I), is 2 years younger than me (I'm 24, he's 22) and was diagnosed with depression after he and his ex broke up 4 months ago.
What if your partner is only aware of what it will be like for the Sailor and not for you?
What if the recruiter isn’t giving your partner accurate info?
You should not attempt to get high for the first time without an experienced person present.5. Or if he's a jerk, he might sneak you some or make you feel like a total prude for not wanting to smoke up.
I read a take not to long ago about the Pros and Cons of dating older men.
No matter what rumors you have heard, if your partner is joining the Navy, you will be separated for long periods of time. The deployments are the long 6-10 month trips that happen on average every 1.5 years and the dets are between 2-4 weeks long and happen more frequently than deployments but only while on sea duty.
When he is away, there will probably be times when you feel left out and left behind because he’s doing this big important thing while you are left at home.
Dating an older lady has its pros and cons, but they have knowledge and many virtues that are desirable.
2) Less insecurity than younger girls: Just dont bring up her age!
3) Less commitment: She might be using you only for pleasure and company, but who cares!
I met this guy a month ago and he's asked me out on 2 dates. Despite being a student, he works too, and has a decent income.
We have good conversation but I didn't sense a 'spark' or anything flirty. We come from similar-ish family backgrounds, which is important to me when it comes to a partner.