Age, life or heart difference?
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
I hope this question matches to the topic. .-) We're students and she's three years older than me, graduating from university. I met her due to the fact that she needed advice for a class. After that we had a date, in which she expressed her interest for me, as well as I did, based on admiration and I could say more in my feelings and interests. I could say she's romantic. Well, I could say we have a relationship, but I don't know if it has any hope, due to the fact that I cannot actually have all the things she thinks (although she never said it clearly) a man should have, such as much money, a car, a big house and so on. The age difference between 20-23 seems larger than lets' say 27-30. I don't like feeling too ''small'' for her, but I never had in mind that relationships were a kind of ''purchase'', or a ''test for the others price''. She likes my look and my mind, my body and so on,but I think that this is not enough. I feel tested all the time. Should I try more and more or seek for something else? Does she really like me, or my characteristics only and in the first better found, our relationship will end? And finally, how can I win her heart, when I see problems everywere except from there?
You should tell her that you agree with her desires for money, car, and house. Describe each one in detail and how you expect to acquire them and how soon.
This might attract her more to you. At least it will show her that you have the same desires as she does. Maybe that is all she needs to feel comfortable with you.
Give this a try and if you still have problems, write me again.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com