It had barely been a year since I graduated from college when I met him. I was in a messy "in-between" phase ; half adult, half wide-eyed kid, awkwardly trying to figure out how to navigate this uncharted era of my life. Many of my friends had recently gotten engaged to their college sweethearts. I, on the other hand, was freshly single after making the poignant discovery that the boy I dated off and on for four years was not the person I wanted to marry. Romantically speaking, I was a total blank slate - completely unsure of what I wanted. For the time being, I decided to put all my energy into my budding career and would try to figure out the game of love later.
I Fell in Love With Someone Twice My Age, and Here's What I Learned
New Here? Dear Wendy is a relationship advice blog. You can read about me here , peruse the archives here and read popular posts here. You can also follow along on Facebook and Instagram. Thanks for visiting! I live on my own, about a 40 minute drive away from the rest of my family, but both my brothers, aged 13 and 18, still live with my mom. I was talking to my grandmother on the phone yesterday, and she told me that she found out my mom was seeing someone.
The dilemma I have a year-old daughter. I still see my daughter regularly and she is close to my wife and the two other children we have. Last week I was informed that her new boyfriend is a little older than her. He also has a wife and two children who he is preparing to leave to be with my daughter.
They say love is blind. When you find the person you're destined to spend the rest of your life with, it doesn't matter what they look like, what race they are, or how old they are. This is the beautiful thing about love, although many times people get judged for the people they marry or date.