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I don't understand Will's advice since it has nothing to do with what you asked. Ultimately, the age difference could ruin the relationship.

She's young, so she's going to want to be free and be able to experience new things.

But I just had a pretty tough conversations with my parents about this, and I'm starting having doubts as well.In the end, they accepted it since they like her, though. Dear Men, Women Want a Future, Not Your Money Looks Aren't Everything... In this case, I am the 20 year old guy (June 1991) with a 16 year old girlfriend (August 1995) I've read a lot and done some investigation, and I know the relationship with the girl I'm seeing is questionable and frowned upon.The fact that you had to make this thread in the first place makes me think the age difference might slightly bother you.

Plus, like Shannon said, the way you describe her sounds like she doesn't even like you as much as you like her.

Imagine what her parents would say, what alot of her friends would say about this.

Sure, 4-5 year difference doesn't sound to bad, but it is when you are younger.

I'm fearing it will change too much, and she'll eventually leave me (like my ex did, when she experienced the outgoing life, she wanted to be free.) I don't want to be a snack, or be with her all for nothing because it might wind up being the same as her. Next time I'll see her I'm going to have a talk with her about this..

That will be somewhere next week, and I'd like to hear some honest opinions from you so I can take that in consideration Other info: We're at the same school, same years different education (I'm doing a higher study at this school, hence the age difference..) and her parents approved of me and we can get along pretty well. and it is legal to be with her here in my country (the Netherlands) :] Advice?

I hope you can understand both sides (IE: what she is going through as well).