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I'm also not sure I believe it's a load different when the women are the older ones but I can't say for certain because I've never been the older woman!
All I can say is maybe go into it without any big expectations.
Rarely did our conversations ever evolve beyond the purely superficial, and when they did, her thoughts would typically wander off in almost every conceivable direction. I'm indifferent towards the whole thing, I'm on the fence to be honest, not sure if I could do it or not. Judging from what my other boys have told me is that she's always been fond of older men. But I'm with you on the maturity and mental/knowledge aspect of it. I'm in the working world, and she'd be barely out of high school.
If you take the random 100 people example (or as I call it, going down to the pub), it's been my experience that I'd have more in common generally with people my own age rather than in their early twenties, even if it's just that we happen to have circumstance in general (e.g. It's again as your first post, you're fitting people into ages instead of their own personal entities.
I know it's not always the case, but I read from a research/counseling book that of 30 million teenagers, about 20% of the teenage population are mature, 20% are at-risk, and 60% falls in the middle.
I'm not sure how they defined "adolescent" but I would assume anyone between ages of 10-19.
I met a girl tonight, got her phone number-- she's super smart, but only maybe 20-21 years old (college junior). (I might be getting a bit ahead of myself here when it comes to this girl, but I'm just curious what you guys think about the age thing.)I don't think it's particularly inappropriate, I just think you might find a hard time finding things in common, particularly if she's living on campus and all her mates are students. Personally, I find people that age (men and women) too annoying to take seriously, but horses for courses. This is not even including emotional age which is incredibly important in human relationships, but it seems that most people are totally unaware of it.
I don't understand this line of thinking at all. Take 100 people of your own age, let's use 28 as the OP, with how many 28 years old, men or women, you have things in common? Let's imagine OP is a big fan of astronomy and hiking.