Dating my boyfriend for 8 years
This year, my husband, who will move up into his forties, will officially be married to a girl still in her twenties. Actually, we’re just over ten years apart but it so happens that there are three little months between his fortieth birthday and my thirtieth.Considering the fact that he teases me mercilessly about my abundance of gray hair, I think it’s about time I get to talk up my great youth.I don’t believe that there is any “right” age for someone to marry, nor do I believe that a girl to marry someone older than her. Whenever women talk about hitting thirty, or forty, or fifty (or any other age that causes them to have a slight crisis), you can always smile a little.And, of course, I’m only sharing from my limited experience. Getting older is as easy as puddin’ pie because in your circle?
(My boyfriend is crazy about cleanliness, has OCD, and goes insane whenever things aren’t perfectly clean).during our dating season, I realized it was coming and started giggling over it, even then.It’s definitely fair to say that my dear man was warned, so I don’t feel even the tiniest bit bad about it.My best suggestion: let your boyfriend know how much you love him but insist that you both visit a professional with the right training (an advanced degree professional who can assess such things as the role of OCD, the presence of some type of sexual dysfunction or disorder, other psychological problems, etc.) to help you address and work through the issues threatening your relationship.abuse and trauma ADHD affair aggression anger anxiety and stress bereavement bipolar boundaries CBT character disturbance depression divorce emotional memory love marriage medications OCD parenting and children personality disorders psychiatry psychology profession relationships responsibility school and studies self-esteem self awareness sexuality siblings social skills therapy workplace provides direct access to qualified clinical psychologists ready to answer your questions.