just dont worry about other peoples opinions, like @Spatzie Lover said. But generally it doesn’t sound like a huge difference.
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She texted me and asked if she should go out with him.
Her parents are OK with it, but, understandably, she's not sure.
A couple years rarely makes a difference, but in high school it’s understandable that you think it might be weird.
When I was a senior I had a “thing” with a kid who was a sophomore, and it was kind of weird because at that age I think girls are a lot more mature than boys…in the end it probably doesn’t matter, just do what you want :) if you have a mutual interest in each other, it shouldn’t matter. 2 years are actually a lot at these ages, but not that enormous that it’s “too much”. You could be the exact same age and one could be much older than the other.
I go to a smaller high school, and thinking about it, it doesn’t seem that many juniors are dating freshman.
(Maybe if the girls are younger) I just don’t know if it would be socially acceptable to do that.At first I was like "Oh god its a freshman" when we meet for the first time. There are two things I would like to ask.- Is it ok to date some younger than me, by 2 years? I’ve been in an intense struggle of choosing relationship over isolation, battling loneliness and desperately wanting connection, but feeling frustrated when I can’t connect and thus wanting to shut down and isolate more.Possibly being overly introspective in an inaccurate sort of way which has led me to be exceptionally selfish lately.I’m so focused on wanting to fill my need to connect that I’ve stopped actually caring about the people in my life. One of my closest friends called me out on this last night. Like…if I don’t deem it “actual connecting” or if it’s something frivolous in my estimation I just stop listening.Ironically, the Lord forced me to hang out with Shanks for a few hours so that I’d have to see him as human and stop flat-out disliking him.