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I'm thinking things would be different if I wasn't still in school. Listen sis, I started dating, my now husband, when I was 23 and he was 30. But in this case, I would focus on Med school and let things unfold how they should.Maybe there wouldn't be an issue if I was 22 with a full-time job. All this talk about big families is premature because you haven’t had a chance to realize yourself yet, if that makes sense. It will probably evolve naturally as you become more tied up with school and his child grows and has more weekend/evening activities. How are you 22/second year of med school in less you graduated college very early.So, for a lot of real life couples these days, when the first stage of a relationship starts to calm down, they begin to wonder, “Hang on, is this the right person for me?I’m not feeling the way I used to feel about her and she’s not behaving the way that she used to behave.So, in the lust and romance stage of a relationship, which is otherwise known as the dating phase, the man and woman will experience a dump of natural chemicals in their brain.
The couple walks off into the sunset to live happily ever after.feminine, girly, free to be emotional, totally in love with her man) anymore.So, the relationship begins to feel strained, forced and could break up at any moment if a serious fight or argument makes one of them feel like enough is enough. The real prize of a relationship between a man and a woman is to get to the fifth stage, the Blissful Love stage.
They feel more like friends, there’s no sexual spark, or the woman or the man is thinking of maybe leaving and trying to find someone else.You would regret any thing that took you away from your life goals, including this guy and any future children you would have with him. This is less about the age gap and more about being in different stages. If this guy thinks you are going to be a part time Mom he is clueless when you are working 80-90 hours a week. You must be really smart to have graduated college at 20 and in the 2nd year of med school (or if in the direct admit program started your college at 17). You’ve only been on a few dates and already he’s talking about wanting a sibling for his daughter? I'd personally take this REALLLLLLY slow if at all.