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Whats your right age to start SERIOUS dating?
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Posted 2/29/12

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bigpapapurpz wrote:

lmao good question. depends. ive seen a lot of dudes and girls whose first "love" screwed them over. from then on it seem their relationships have a pattern. Im sorry but there are double standards (sorry ) i would honestly let my son date when he's 14. my daughter, like 18 min. lol!
i know its fucked up and it will prob come back to bite me in the ass, but i really hope i only have son's. id be to worried about my daughter all the time lol cause i know how guys are




Some girls are the most scandalous though!!!!!

absolutely true
Posted 3/31/12
when you actually start getting serious yourself or you reach a point where you think you're stable. the worst thing you can do is to get a girl just for the reason of making you happy.
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Posted 5/26/12
when you actually believe it'll work.

There can be couples who date at 14, marry, then spend the rest of their lives togther
and there can be 40 year olds not able to have a mature relationship
Posted 5/27/12
There isn't exactly.

Might be somewhere between maturity and sanity.
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Posted 6/1/12
when you're ready
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Posted 6/3/12
at age 18?
Posted 6/3/12
I wouldnt put an age on any 'idea'
Posted 6/19/12
I find it hard to pinpoint the right age for someone to start a serious relationship.
I believe that one shouldn't look at age on this topic but more on the level of maturity of
the two individuals. Some 16 year old are ready for a serious relationship
meanwhile some 24 year olds aren't.
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Posted 6/21/12

ChibiXKitsuneXSpirit wrote:

I find it hard to pinpoint the right age for someone to start a serious relationship.
I believe that one shouldn't look at age on this topic but more on the level of maturity of
the two individuals. Some 16 year old are ready for a serious relationship
meanwhile some 24 year olds aren't.


Nailed it perfectly.
Posted 6/28/12
There isn't one. It really depends on the kid, though I think 14 is too young. I'd say 17 or 18 is OK to start, if that's what someone wants. But it's not a good idea to get too seriously tied down, have a baby out of wedlock then, etc. THAT will *really* put a crimp in your life. Set a date/age by when you want to get married & then have fun til then. Might be better to have a couple of serious relationships before deciding who to marry.
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Posted 7/16/12 , edited 7/16/12
it's different for everyone but honestly, and this is speaking from experience, you really shouldn't get too serious with someone until you're about 18. from what i hear serious relationships are fucking hard when you're older, and from what i know they're hell when you're young. i got involved in a really serious relationship a while ago, and i'm only 15. at this age we're kind of jumping all over the place and we're stuck in a constant emotional overload and we don't know what the fuck we're doing at all. so we can't tell love from emotional manipulation or peer pressure or whatever the fuck. most of us just can't handle it. i think it's absolutely fine to date at my age but getting seriously involved is just a bad move

it's funny to me that there actually are people who could definitely handle that kind of relationship when they're quite young because they're smart and mature, but it's idiots like me that get the chance to do it and of course we fuck it up
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Posted 7/18/12
IMO best time to start seriously dating is when you can actually afford it and you're mature enough to take care of yourself and the responsibilities that come with a serious relationship... when exactly that is varies from person to person.
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Posted 7/21/12
Dating is not something one should take lightly, Because dating is the road that leads to engagment then marriage, You should be mature enought to take on the responsibility of marriage, dating is not just so you can seduce some girl and have your way with them, that would be fornication. And Fornication leads to all sorts of trouble.
Posted 7/24/12 , edited 7/24/12
Age to start serious dating?
My Dad fell in love with my Mom when he was 10. He call it True Love so Age seriously is not a factor.
I dated and i am serious with it all when i am already working. Sadly, it didn't work for i am pretty much the one to blame

Posted 7/31/12
i think a person should explore what they like in high school then get serious after high school.
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