The age difference is big, but if she's as mature as you say she is, and they seem to be good together, it's probably ok. My parents were concerned about the age difference, but they didn't really have a say in the matter, and he eventually won them over anyway. To engage with an older guy is to peek inside a different point-of-view on life. Not having your first relationship work out is not the worst thing that can happen to someone; sometimes, it can be the best. My default attitude toward that age difference would be skepticism but openness. Therein lies your answer. I'd be more worried in her case about the potential getting-kicked-out-of-home thing.
Josephine. i am viktoria or just call me viki! in my mid 20s i stand 5 feet 6 inches tall and have a perfectly proportioned size 8 figure with firm 34b breasts and long, slender legs. with my pretty face and propensity for naughtiness, i am sure you are going to be happy to meet up with me for a dinner.
The fact that they work together has the potential for disaster.
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Thanks for the input, and I can say that my mind is much more at ease now! It's likely that he will die a decade or more before she does. Her husband is 14 years older than she is. Although your point is well taken, age is not necessarily relevant, there seems to be an issue between old math and new math. Recently messaged. Maybe she'd have to share with people, but that's kind of normal for someone her age. But, I would not have dated him while living with my parents or while working with him.