My daughter dating older man kids good dating agency singapore
When I told him that that would probably make me fall away from him slowly due to my desire to have a kid or two, he seemed touched that I would ever consider having kids with him, and very sincerely said that he loves children. While this is not currently a major issue for us, I have concerns in my mind about marrying someone who will probably die well before me, and who would not be as mobile as a younger man with young children.
What do I need to think about while moving forward with him?
— very early on that he didn’t want more kids and yet you stuck around and invested more of yourself into the relationship hoping he’d change his mind.
But let’s say you give it a few more months, break up, and you actually have trouble getting over him. But you’re still 29 or close to it at that point and time is beginning to feel a little tighter.
I am a 28-year-old woman who is dating a 50-year-old man.
He is not a rich man (I’m only including that information because that is the stereotypical May-December romance situation).
We don’t have petty arguments, and whenever a real problem crops up (there have been two), we discuss it like rational people and get past it together.
This is a big departure from my past relationships where the main attractions for me tended to be adventure, talent, and substance abuse instead of common values and lifestyles — in other words, I liked to date musicians.
My current boyfriend is the only boyfriend I’ve ever had who actually makes me feel like he is looking for a real partner, and respects me on all levels (values, interests, opinions, intelligence, humor).
— May-December Ah, the ol’ “I want kids, but he’s not so sure” question.
I get a variation of this letter every month or so and keep answering it publicly so that all the women — or men — in your situation will recognize themselves and MOA if there isn’t an absolute agreement on kids. It means your boyfriend has to be 100%, absolutely committed to the idea of having children with you.
Maybe he’ll have a better sense in a few months whether he’s committed enough to you and a future together to take on parenting a baby again. But in six months you’re going to be 29 or close to it and what happens if he’s decided then that he needs more time?