If you're willing, and he's worth it, you may just find the whole thing to be a better fit than you ever could have imagined.
I let the cards fall where they may and go with my gut when it comes to chemistry between me and another person. If you elect to date above your generational boundaries, it's a reality and one that recently became mine.
The math in putting 1 1 together is hard enough; it's an equation we spend our whole lives trying to master until at last we form a solid pair. I met someone amazing, and at the same time, met his kids (also amazing). Now, some time later and armed with a better understanding, there are a few things I wish I'd known from the get-go that might have spared me some serious mental struggle: It sounds aggressive, as though I'm telling you that dating someone with kids will ensure you're always treated second-rate, never coming first and always neglected in some aspect for preferential love to the young ones. The kids will always come first, yes, but if he's a catch and you're lucky, you'll score second place.
This may just be one of the most important lessons related to living out the "Purity Code".
As you are aware, there really is a major difference between the world’s philosophy about dating and the Christian approach.
This is a great spot in which to find yourself when looking for vacancies in someone's heart.
Coming second to the greatest loves of someone's life ain't all that bad.
More often than not, the majority will rule and being the other adult in the equation, you'll want to avoid whining and pouting in protest. If you operate on a fast-food palette, you'll likely be right at home with Mc Donald's breakfast and pizza dinners.
The bad news goes out to all of you fanciful foodies (myself included).
Honesty in an open forum, right off the bat – who'd have thunk it?