Show Notes for Thursday, October 28, 2021


Dear John,

I have a question. I'm interested in a girl who is 12 years younger than me. I'm 45 years old and she is 33. I know many people who are successful in their marriage with a same or bigger difference in age, but here's the part that's weird. We grew up next door to one another. When I was in High school, she was just a little girl. We didn't know each other, but our parents are best friends. I remember them having a little girl, but I didn't even know her name. She remembered me from when I was working in the yard and stuff, but I don't think we ever spoke back then. Last year when everyone was stuck at home, I came here to help my mom. She was living next door to help her parents. We met and ended up talking for hours. One thing led to another and I'm madly in love. She knows how I feel and she's told me she feels the same way. I keep thinking that I should ask her to marry me, but then I think about the age difference. My mom doesn't realize how much I like our neighbor, but she knows we're friends. My mom reminds me that I she was in kindergarten when I graduated. I'm not sure how my mom or her parents would feel if we were officially dating, or especially if we got married. What do you think? Is that too much of an age difference? Is it weird that we're falling in love like this?

Signed – Falling In Deep

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