Sophomore girl dating senior boy

29 Aug

I know college will be a chance for me to meet new people and I don’t want to limit my chances, but if I’m still interested in dating him, would it be “proper”?I was already hesitant about dating him because he was younger, although I knew if the situation was reversed it wouldn’t be a problem.But even at 18, I feel like it's wierd that they'd date someone in their 20s. There is a HUGE difference between most 17 & 18 year olds, and most people in (even) their early 20s.We make a LOT of changes, and rapidly, in those first years out of high school.Assuming everything still works out between us, is it OK for a college girl to date a high school boy? I know things may change before fall, but I’m getting anxious about it now.He has already said that he would still like to date me if I want to, so it’s basically up to me. The cocky kind that think they are the shit, and recieve a respective ass kicking.

DEAR ABBY: I'm a senior (girl) in high school and have been dating a sophomore even though he's less than a year younger than I am.

Anyway, I've only allowed her to "date" in groups so far, so this would be a big step. If she participates in all these events as a sophomore she'll likely be bored with the folderol by time she herself is a senior. What will she have to look forward to if she engages in all the prom events as a sophomore?

I think I am okay with the dance by itself, but I'm a little freaked out by all the after parties. Some might argue that it's unfair for the young man who is a senior to miss the various parties, breakfasts, and sleepovers. Are you fearful that she'll be lured into an unfortunate sexual situation with this senior?

He has already said that he would still like to date me if I want to, so it's basically up to me.

-- ANXIOUS IN THE MIDWEST DEAR ANXIOUS: As far as I know, there is no rule forbidding a college freshman continuing to date someone who is still in high school.