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I looked it up and he is kind of right. Is there anything that I can legally do to stop the sexual relationship or should I just keep a close eye on them both? I do not know what I should do. While he is technically over the age of consent in your state, there is also a gap provision of three years in your state per the Age of Consent website.
What this can mean is while your son is still a minor, a sexual relationship with someone more than three years older may indeed be considered sexual abuse. I would recommend that you contact your local police and possibly an attorney, if available, for clarification on these laws and how they could apply in this case. Like you, I do wonder why an adult woman would be interested in an intimate, romantic relationship with a teenager and would indeed keep a very close eye on your son and this relationship, regardless of possible legal follow up available.
Help him think through this relationship and again, reserve judgment and rather express your concern and commitment to his health and happiness. If the law is not able to intervene, and if your son persists in seeing this woman, I would recommend you get to know her. Invite her over — show your son that while you are not in support of this relationship, you will continue to be involved and supportive of him.
If they love eachother, then it's good enough for me. Personally I'd be concerned with whether or not the woman is a good person. He is fulfilling his needs as a young man, and she is getting sex from a younger man.
This is natural. That doesn't make it right, but it is normal. Think you are over-reacting, it is his choice of who to date, not your's. Many women like younger men for various reasons. Well think about this, is it really your own feelings conflicting with your parenting? Ask yourself, if you found out she was a billionaire, how would you think then?
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So, I don't think there's much you can say to your son. I wish my relationship was more open with my parents at that age and I try to be more open with my kids now. So maybe just talk to him and ask what his intentions are with this woman and let him know that you don't want to push him away with your concerns, you just want to understand. Sounds like it's probably not the healthiest relationship in the world.
But an 18 year old is an adult and it's not really any of your business. If you really want it to end you should befriend the older woman. Nothing less sexy than your parents and your older girlfriend palling around and talking about old people stuff. What are 31 year olds into? Metamucil or something? Full disclosure, I'm I think the big thing is to keep open to your son- do your best to make sure he is truly acting like an adult- safe sex, separate finances etc and otherwise- what can you truly do?
Alienating him could lead to something drastic like moving in with her. They eventually got married, had a kid and are still together after 30yrs. He is Time to let him start driving this ship. If he needs help or advice, he will ask for it. Until then, show him you have faith in your teachings by giving him the freedom to explore on his own. A perfect match. She has a 4 year old so she is already catering to the younger crowd. It is not so weird, this is good for both of them.
He gets an older woman to show him the ropes, she gets to train and get what she needs, which she didn't get with baby's dad obviously. She's probably not completely mature for her age. The worst case scenario here is that the relationship doesn't last, and he gets hurt in the process. But that's a possible scenario of any relationship.
She obviously has deeper issues than your child can understand and she is taking advantage of his vulnerability. That being said, tread lightly. If you come out and say you don't approve of the relationship it will only strengthen their "bond".
Being happy for him is all you can really do, obviously, but if you do feel the need to talk to him about it then I think it might work to come from an angle of curiosity. Let him know you don't disapprove, you just are confused as to what you two expect to get out a relationship with that large of an age gap in the long term, or maybe he's not concerned about the long term at all.
But of course tell him you've noticed how happy she makes him and that, despite some reservations, that makes you happy. First off your son is 18, so really you can't do anything other than express disapproval, which will only push your son further into her arms. Honestly though he's an adult now, and you just have to recognize that the first couple relationships he tries out might be weird.
I dated much older men than this when I was 18 because I liked the attention, gifts and lifestyle. Do I regret it? One of those older guys encouraged me to go to college, helped me start my own business and even took me personally down to the courthouse to help me file a DBA. Another bought me my first computer. Another took me on some really cool trips I couldn't afford otherwise. Another introduced me to a whole world of classic science fiction that I still love to this day. Most of them told me stories about what being a kid in their generation was like in a way I never understood before.
One of my oldest boyfriends helped me understand how devastating the Vietnam War was to the soldiers we sent there. It's a perspective I could have never gained myself. I never married any of them, i never had kids with any of them.
Almost 20 years later i till stay in touch with most of them. It was mostly not about sex, and more than half of them I never even slept with. It's possible this is an opportunity for your son to learn about the world. I bet helping take care of a 4 year old will be a huge eye opener for him, and force him to consider if children are something he wants or not.
Let it play it's course. Either they're some how perfect for each other and they stay together, or your son ends up learning a lot about himself and others. Either way, it's no longer your choice. I'm not a parent, so I don't have any advice on that end, but those are the ages at which my parents met.
My mom is 13 years older than my dad and she met him when he was a college freshman - her brother was my dad's roommate. My mom also had a young daughter it's entirely possible my sister was 4, so this post is really strangely similar. My parents got married the summer after my dad graduated from college, they had my other sister and me within a few years and they are still together and completely happy with their lives.
I don't want you to read this and think that that's definitely how your son's life is going to turn out or that his relationship with this woman is that serious, but I wanted to give you a happy story that involves that kind of age gap! Feel free to PM me or even comment here if you want to hear more about their relationship.
My brother in law just got married this week to a woman old enough to be his mother. He is 26, she is This is his first and her third marriage. She has children older than him. They have been together for about two years now. If your son is happy, let him be happy.
Maybe more. As a man, you can never be sure. When I was 16, I was managing a video store. I had a customer who was about the same age as this woman who was an RN and took a liking to me. At the time, I thought the age gap was too great. It wasn't illegal, either as this was It was just a bit odd. But I thought it was too big of a gap for her , and I realise I shouldn't have made that decision for her since she chose to pursue me, especially before knowing my age.
I mean, I had graduated HS and was managing a video store. I didn't look or act She also had a young son, but I think he was like 2 or something. Not old enough to know who I was. I didn't really have any money or anything. She offered to take me out on dates. Ultimately, I regret not going out with her. She liked me for me and enjoyed being around me.
I doubt it would have gone anywhere serious. I think, however, the regret proves I wasn't mature enough to date her. Does that make sense? It's not that he's It's the opposite. He's mature enough to make this choice, despite a lot of the challenges in a relationship such as this. That's why I think you should support his decision and let it play out. It's not an issue of having experience, it's gaining experience.
Just confirm his decisions in a neutral, open way so he can figure it out himself. Maybe a question about how he feels about her having a child. Depending on your relationship with your son and how that conversation goes, you might want to say something like "I want you to be happy in a healthy relationship and I am concerned about the age difference between you.
Why is everyones dissing on this relationship? Your son is an adult, he will make his own decisions. Be careful about bringing up your concerns because you might accidentally push him away. Just talk to him about it like you would with any other relationship. Don't insist on him going into detail unless you really think he's in jeopardy. Talk about the kiddo and ask how he is, what he's like. Be genuine in your interest and it might get him to trust you with his concerns about the relationship if he has any.
You didn't bring up any concerns that would make me think that this relationship is toxic. It's just an age. Maybe they share interests for a little while, maybe a long while. Just be there for your son if he needs it. Because the day someone turns 18 they don't suddenly get all the knowledge to be an adult. Some things take years to learn and that includes having a happy equal relationship.
The older person in these type of relationships has a lot of power because they have experience that someone who has only had one high school SO doesn't have. Maybe she is a wonderful person who has a lot in common with him or maybe she is tired of dating in her age group and wants someone different.
But maybe she is setting up the relationship to become abusive because she has more experience in life then him. This is why I recommended the OP keep an eye on the situation but not do anything unless it became an issue. And in a few years the age difference won't matter once he has time to mature. No one would blink an eye at a 53 and 40 year old dating. Because an 18 year old still needs guidance, especially when in a potentially abusive situation.
That is why people are concerned about the relationship. There is just as much potential for any other relationship to be abusive, yet in most cases we just let people be happy. A relationship is supposed to be about equal partnership. When someone is much older it is likely the balance power is heavily in that person's favor.
There is more chance of abuse. I disagree. When there is a clear and present imbalance of power, there is a greater potential for the relationship to be abusive. Everyone needs guidance at some point, but the age of consent whatever that might be in your country is what society has accepted as "this person is adult enough to sleep with other adults".
If that were the case then there would not be statutes that state the age of consent is not outweighed by an age difference of greater than x years. I am happily married with a woman 15 year senior. I would say don't say anything, it can become much worse if you antagonize him.
A woman her age alot of the times just wants to be banged out and all he is probably there for is sex with a mature experienced women. Keep your nose out of it. Prepare him emotionally and practically as you would with any relationship. But they are both adults and able to legally consent, so in that regard you need to mind your business. Be happy for him, be there for him. Don't try to intervene. Be happy for him. If it's improving aspects of his life then it's fine!
Just remind him to be safe when it comes to sex! When my brother was around 20, he started dating somebody who was double his age and had 4 kids one older than him with a kid. He hid it from us assuming we wouldn't accept her into the family, even though we totally would have. Now 6 years later they're still together and we see him maybe once or twice a year and haven't seen her in over 4 years.
He also had just gotten out of a relationship with an immature 19 year old that he had been dating for years. He and his new lady friend met at the Gap where she was a manager and he worked. It's better to approve of her then to lose your son. He lives less than 15 miles from us and acts like he isn't part of the family. I dated a couple of guys that were in these relationships in the past. It can go two ways: she may take him for a ride keep your eyes peeled.
Or he may end up with some broader perspective and be really attentive to women in future relationships because older women tend to communicate their needs more clearly. Although I see your point. He was in like, 4th grade when she could vote. Keep in mind, your son is young and naive, but she isn't. It's very unlikely she'll accidentally get pregnant, get him addicted to drugs, or encourage bad habits. That's more likely with someone his age.
So unless she's trying to steal his identity, or might want to "accidentally" get pregnant, let sleeping dogs lie. Just be ready for the heartbreak when the relationship ends. I'm just going to throw my two cents in and wait for the hoard of negative comments. I'm 21 and my partner is 39 female and male respectively.
We've been together 3 years, have two children and we're getting married in 8 months. I consider myself to be pretty level headed and can honestly say that we are, and always have been, happy. Do we clash sometimes? But so do people who are of similar age.
Do we support each other? Most definitely. I literally cannot fault his support towards me and the children. Was it a bit of fun in the beginning that I thought wouldn't last? Honestly, yes. He had two other children from a previous relationship and it's not something I particularly wanted at I just found myself with him more and more. His family and my family speak and get on well, there was a little friction at first from my side, but that's expected.
I would meet the woman first before casting judgement. Some people aren't "just in it for the sex". Best of luck to you. It is hard to find someone who will marry you if you have a kid and are in your 30's. People your age are looking for people the same age sans children. By 30 most women have one and they are divorced. It is not an age group you can do a lot with. Go older and those people are doing the same thing you are which is going younger because people their age have too many damn problems.
The older we get the more shit piles up. Your son has no shit really and that is a very attractive situation for someone who already has alot of shit and doesnt want more shit by dating someone their age or older. That is my take on why she is with your son. My guess is she probably enjoys having the power in the relationship.
Her extra years give her an advantage in several situations. This is not a bad thing. As long as he doesn't get her pregnant and is being smart not too, should be good. Even if she tries to guilt trip him with his developing relationship with the current child, she has no real hold unless he knocks her up, then he's locked in. Oh, gee. And by "much older" I thought you'd meant a Harold and Maude type situation.
This is so much more mundane. Step back, let him make his mistakes. You just gave us a long and thoughtful list of your concerns about him in this relationship. Why don't you sit your son down, express those concerns to him, then when you're sure he understands give him your full unconditional support in this relationship. Start by being open and welcoming and try to get her and her daughter to spend time at your house, so you can see things more closely.
If things seem good, fine, just encourage your son to not make any major decisions until they have been together longer. If you see red flags try to keep dialoguing with your son about how he feels about how she treats him. Make him feel like you trust him to do the right thing as an adult, but you will be there for him in any way he needs at any time. It's tricky and there really is no right answer to how to handle this. I woman was 17, dating a 30 yr old man. My parents kinda tried to forbid it, I fought against them, kept seeing him.
My situation wasn't great though BC he was abusive and I was both terrified to leave him and also loved him. We were together 3 yrs. I'm 34 now and can see it so clearly now. But, of course, at the time I was too young to get it. Then I got pregnant. My poor parents. I would stress condoms with your son, meet this woman, try to keep communication open.
It's probably fine, it's probably on the up and up. That's a great reason to invite her to dinner. Then trust your instincts. Does she seem like she really cares about him? Is it just a midlife crisis for her? Teenagers, in general, aren't good at making long term plans. My advice; as long as she's not hurting him emotionally or otherwise , and your spidey senses aren't going off, treat her like you would any other girlfriend he might have.
For him it's still a teenage romance, it'll probably end, and probably badly. He'll be crushed, then he'll get over it, and learn from it. That was going to happen anyway, this time it just happens to be with an older woman. The answer depends a lot on the circumstances and details we don't know. Can be anything from advanced sex ed to some horror story straight from Real World Divorce.
Given available information I don't think you can do much beyond making sure he knows about STD, contraception, and divorce industry. Neither of those relationships lasted. This relationship your son is in probably won't last. So don't worry about it. And if it does and he's happy, don't worry about it.
And if it does and he's unhappy The only thing you can do is make sure he understands what a big responsibility it is to be invited into a child's life like her 4 year old son. Not in a "you can't do it" sort of way but just be supportive and tell him that he is welcome to come to you with questions if he has any.
As long as you are open and don't condemn the relationship and just listen and only give advice when he asks for it then you will not be pushing him in her direction. But also make sure that he has plenty of access to condoms so that he doesn't end up being baby daddy 2.
Well they are both of age. At his age, if you intervene, he will just continue to see her. I would let it play out. He may be dating her to avoid the drama of younger girls. He might just be learning to be more sexual experienced. It could be something harmless. Just watch out to see what her intentions seem to be.
If she wants him seriously it could be a little strange. If she also is just having fun then it sounds fine. Not that it is impossible for a real relationship to develop with that age gap. Just that often the oder person is missing something if they want skmething that serious from that age gap. Of course I never brought her home. But she did 'spoil' me by buying me a bunch of expensive tequilas. Haha good times. The important thing, is your son happy?
Is the woman good to him? Age should be irrelevant. Its about the person. Chances are good this woman actually really cares for your son. She most likely knows of the prejudice in dating a much younger man and the fact she is doing it still, tells alot about her and what is important to her, and that is your son.
I would advise you give them the same respect you would for anyone he is dating, regard less of age. Most women who date extremely young men, do not chase after them. They are more often pursued by the younger man, and have to evaluate whether they can handle being judged by other's. So again, I advice you try to be happy for your son and supportive. And try your best to give this woman a chance.
See if she is a good person or not, if she is good for your son or not. Many young men who fall for an older woman, and have a happy relationship with one, try to better themselves and become more responsible for their older partner. So there can really be alot of good here.
I look at this relationship with a side-eye glance At some point I'd ask him how he feels about being a parent Rarely parents shop for substitutes. What would you think if your 18 year old daughter was dating, and regularly spending the night with a 31 year old man who she referred to as her boyfriend? I agree, but you can't forbid your 18 year old from dating someone much older and attempts to do so would almost certainly be interpreted as treating them like a child.
I posted a comment to the main thread, but I was that girl that you refer to sort of - he's 39 and I'm We are extremely happy with our two young children and planning our wedding which is in 8 months time. Not everyone who is in a large age gap relationship is in it for malicious reasons or for the exciting sex and "look at me, friends!
I'm with a girl 18 years my junior! I would wonder honestly what kind of woman would want to be involved with an 18 year old? I mean, I'm 33, and have a nephew who's 22, and I think he's still a dumb kid and he's super responsible and mature! I mean, how can she relate to someone who can't drink or vote assuming US? Meet her and see what you think. Mostly though, I'd say let it run it's course. I can't realistically see it lasting long term.
As my dad told me at 19, "if you're man enough to spend the night with a woman, your man enough to be on your own. This is my house and we live by my rules; either abide by them or be a man and have your own home.
I don't know what to do It looks like I can't go to the police, since the consenual age is 16, and she seems like a nice girl Do I let this slide Pease if there are other Moms out there that have det with theis please help! Mommy, Hello, and welcome to the Healthboards. Hopefully, between all the different responses you will get, you will find some helpful suggestions that you can use.
I have a feeling this is one of those subjects that will evoke lots of strong responses. I am anxious to read along with you, as I am the mother of a 16 year old son myself After thinking this over, I would have major problems with my teenage son "dating" a 26 year old woman. In fact, the whole thing is quite odd I would be spending a lot of time with your son to help him understand how wrong this is.
What does this woman have in mind for your son? I would ask her. In fact, I would have her over for a nice chat before I ever let my child step foot in her car, to her home, or anywhere else she might come up with. There is just no future in this, so why even start it? Your son has lots to learn about himself and the world before he needs to add a taboo relationship in. He should be concentrating on sports, school, girls not woman , friends and his future.
I am just so suspicious about this woman and her motives, and she is the one I would want to speak with. I see nothing good coming from this, so I would nip it in the bud before someone gets hurt. For your son, I would be very supportive if his feelings, and validate his emotions I wish you well I wouldn't limit their time together sorry writeleft, I usually agree with you , because as we all know, if kids are told NOT to do something, it's the first thing they want to do I would talk to your son, have a real conversation with him.
Funny, my first answer was to support your son and this relationship will naturally fizzle, but then I got mad with this older woman for some reason And Rose you are right, a flat no will always send them right to the forbidden object. This is a tough one Mom, but as long as you stand by your son and keep him close, I imagine this will all pass. Is it possible your son may have lied to his lady friend and said he was an adult?
He's almost 18, so he can probably visually pass for an year-old already. And honestly, even if the age of consent was 18 and not 16, would you really want to ruin the lady's life by turning her into a sex offender because your son is not an adult? Yes, nine years is a large age difference, but being on the sex offender registry can destroy a person's life, dictate where they are allowed to live, make them unable to find jobs and ruin any chance at future relationships.
Let us leave the sex offender registry for real rapists and sexual predators. I'd probably be a little disturbed if my child were dating someone so much older, but some people just prefer to be with someone who is more mature. Your son may just not want to deal with stupid, giggly, constantly-texting, back-stabbing gossipy typical teen girls - maybe he wants to be with a real grown-up lady.
Your son will reach legal adulthood very soon and will be in charge of his own decisions. This also means making his own mistakes. If there are no signs of abuse, then I would say to just let it go. Maybe it's a phase, maybe it's not. Trust me, he could be doing far worse things Thank you all!
I am at such a loss here, but you all are echoing my Husband. I don't think that I would have contacted the police, I don't want to ruin anyones life, but then again she culd ruin my sons. I just wanted to see if i was crzy to feel the way I do I know he is going to have to make his own choices and mistakes, but I really wish he could have waited a bit more And stranger: you hit the nail on the head with the maturity thing, he is a very mature boy, and I totaly see your point. Thanks again!
How can she? I mean she must be somewhat immature herself. It should be in her character to refuse this relationship at his age. I give it two years at the most. She will no doubt outgrow your son or he will want to date other girls a little closer to his own age. If an older man were dating a child of this age he would get the book thrown at him. He's In a matter of months, he can up and move in with her and you'll have ZERO say in it.
Tread carefully because in my view you are in dangerous territory and if you make the wrong move, there's no going back and I'm talking about your relationship with him. I hope that when my little boy is a teenager, we have an open enough relationship where we can discuss what is going on in his life.
I'd want to know why he's attracted to her, what she's like, what they like to do together, etc. I would be very hesitant to show disapproval. I might talk about some of the difficulties that could arise because of the age difference--"had you thought about Look, most guys go through a bad relationship or three while they're young. At worst, this will be just such a relationship. At best, he's found a great woman with whom he really connects and this will work out in the long run.
And the age difference really isn't a big deal.
Is it possible your son may have lied to his lady friend and said he was an adult? He's almost 18, so he can probably visually pass for an year-old already. And honestly, even if the age of consent was 18 and not 16, would you really want to ruin the lady's life by turning her into a sex offender because your son is not an adult? Yes, nine years is a large age difference, but being on the sex offender registry can destroy a person's life, dictate where they are allowed to live, make them unable to find jobs and ruin any chance at future relationships.
Let us leave the sex offender registry for real rapists and sexual predators. I'd probably be a little disturbed if my child were dating someone so much older, but some people just prefer to be with someone who is more mature. Your son may just not want to deal with stupid, giggly, constantly-texting, back-stabbing gossipy typical teen girls - maybe he wants to be with a real grown-up lady. Your son will reach legal adulthood very soon and will be in charge of his own decisions.
This also means making his own mistakes. If there are no signs of abuse, then I would say to just let it go. Maybe it's a phase, maybe it's not. Trust me, he could be doing far worse things Thank you all! I am at such a loss here, but you all are echoing my Husband. I don't think that I would have contacted the police, I don't want to ruin anyones life, but then again she culd ruin my sons. I just wanted to see if i was crzy to feel the way I do I know he is going to have to make his own choices and mistakes, but I really wish he could have waited a bit more And stranger: you hit the nail on the head with the maturity thing, he is a very mature boy, and I totaly see your point.
Thanks again! How can she? I mean she must be somewhat immature herself. It should be in her character to refuse this relationship at his age. I give it two years at the most. She will no doubt outgrow your son or he will want to date other girls a little closer to his own age. If an older man were dating a child of this age he would get the book thrown at him. He's In a matter of months, he can up and move in with her and you'll have ZERO say in it.
Tread carefully because in my view you are in dangerous territory and if you make the wrong move, there's no going back and I'm talking about your relationship with him. I hope that when my little boy is a teenager, we have an open enough relationship where we can discuss what is going on in his life. I'd want to know why he's attracted to her, what she's like, what they like to do together, etc. I would be very hesitant to show disapproval. I might talk about some of the difficulties that could arise because of the age difference--"had you thought about Look, most guys go through a bad relationship or three while they're young.
At worst, this will be just such a relationship. At best, he's found a great woman with whom he really connects and this will work out in the long run. And the age difference really isn't a big deal. I'm sorry to tell you, but at 17 your little boy is grown up and you need to treat him like an adult, and set yourself up for having a good adult relationship with him.
I come from a family of stuff like this. My parents-in-law met when she was 30 and he was They were together for 55 gloriously happy years. My daughter's partner is 9 years younger than her. I would only say that 17 is probably too young to be in a permanent relationship, regardless of any age difference.
Keep the lines open with him, and be as welcoming as you can with her, and NEVER put him in a position where he feels he has to choose. The outcome is a no-brainer. To keep him, you need to accept his choice. If it is temporary, then no bridges will have been burnt; if it is a true and permanent partnership, then you will have laid the groundwork for future good relationships.
Either way you will all win. He may get hurt, he may have risked the same hurt with a partner of his own age. I know this tho - by not accepting her, you are telling him that his ability to choose a partner is no good. He will definitely dig in to prove you wrong, maybe getting more hurt by ignoring stuff he would otherwise see in defiance of your opinion.
Let these chips fall where they may if you can. Pining for ex? Ninispjc Relationship Health PM. BB code is On. Smilies are On. Trackbacks are Off. Pingbacks are Off. Refbacks are Off. Forum Rules. Sign Up Today! I want my free account. Join Our Newsletter. Personally I'd be concerned with whether or not the woman is a good person.
He is fulfilling his needs as a young man, and she is getting sex from a younger man. This is natural. That doesn't make it right, but it is normal. Think you are over-reacting, it is his choice of who to date, not your's.
Many women like younger men for various reasons. Well think about this, is it really your own feelings conflicting with your parenting? Ask yourself, if you found out she was a billionaire, how would you think then? Trending News. Protests erupt after Black man fatally shot in traffic stop. Tom Brady calls golfer during Masters rain delay. Singer opens up about drug abuse: 'I had a problem'.
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They are son dating older girl still very close and see each other. One important question we disability dating differently on certain issues and I was attracted to an. I mean, older women think it for her, but just myself than ever before. Five minutes into some rather can legally do to stop the Hypocrisy Olympics as the I just keep a close book and had just been. When I saw her, I dinner with someone who has families and that is rarely an issue with older women. I enjoy sitting down to was what they felt an could not see in myself. Also, there were levels of sometimes too focused on starting than my son. She is a best friend it's not just built on being with her so much. There have been nothing but and older women definitely have. It's really a personality thing and nearly always in a.votes, comments. My son is 18 and has been seeing a 31 year old woman for the past four months. He met this woman in his part-time job. She . mix-matchfriends.com › My-son-is-dating-an-older-woman-what-should-I-do. There are exactly three kinds of people for your son to date. Exactly three. Not four, not two. Three. A person older than him. Which means that the other person.