Around 1 year, the new guy cheated on me with someone else, and abused me very negatively. It's been around 9 months since the break up, and I've been devastated still.It was my ex, the 50 guy, who, stayed with me through my darkest days, cheered me up and comforted me.I don't see him going to the navy, are you willing to be at some naval base waiting on him to return for short periods every few months or a few times a year.? As far as I know, you cannot live on a military base with the guy unless you are married.So, living with him (unless he lives in town off base) will have to wait till marriage, anyway.A guy at 18 would be considerably less mature than you at 26 (I assume).I suggest that given the circumstances, and him joining the navy, that you'd be better off seeing someone closer to your own age.
She thinks I will end up using her son and believe me that is not my intention. Well, I'd like to know what you see in a high school senior... Legally, you're both adults (I think 18 is "legal" in most states, it may be 21). They aren't ready [mentally] for a family and long term relationship. He's fresh out of high school and on his way to college and a bright future, don't be the one to destroy that. Why do you want to date someone so much younger than you? Since I was 13, I have been in a relationship with a 50 man (yes, you read it right) for nearly 7 years.A natural assumption is that I have been trapped by this man or something, since we do have sex. Throughout my 7-year relationship, we both make utmost efforts to stick together.In fact, teenagers in the military, are probably more apt to mess around than anything.(especially when it comes to getting drunk underage, and going to strip clubs.) The military lifestyle is very difficult.