17 year age difference dating
I would normally say if your both crazily in love, go for it. But in this case you only stated 'you have feelings' and he hasn't responded so I think its best for him and you both to move on. Then she said I didn't make enough money and is living in a house costing over a million dollars. Then, what you two have in common and the effort you both put into it will determine how successful the relationship will be.
You sound genuine,and I'm sorry he can't get over these issues. I say go for it, just realize it may be a day at a time relationship compared to one with someone closer to your age.
The next day I sent him my final text telling him I was a little emabarressed by the previouse days message I sent him and I hoped it didn't make him feel awkward and that I obviously misread the situation, he didn't respond to that either.
I have been picking up a number of signs that he may like me, so with that gaze I thought I would send him a text regarding the look he gave me and if there was something he wanted to say, and he responded saying he was confused about the look I was talking about and he said he hoped it wasn't maliciouse, anyway I replied to him no, it was kinda of a look that you maybe attraced to me (dumb response from me) anyway he didn't reply to it.
(I took that as a brush off) So I said to him thats fine, at least its out in the open now.
I wished him a good afternoon and told him I would see him around, he thanked me for the call.
"I think it's about the maturity," she relays, recommending that parents meet the person their son or daughter is dating to decide if both of them have enough maturity to handle the relationship.
"If you meet him and decide he is wonderful, she should be allowed to date him," she says.
This has never happened to me before and I would really appreciate some good old fashioned honest advice.