20 year old girl dating 42 yr old man
I know there’s such a thing as the Oedipus complex, but that’s something different. She didn’t have a good childhood and she was rejected in school sometimes. Her parents got divorced (even though this is something pretty normal nowadays), and even at the age of 18, she had a boyfriend 31 years old. You might think that the man she is with now must be rich. If a woman discards all the other options she has to be with someone so much older, can she have some kind of psychological disorder? There is a type of unusual sexual attraction pattern or “paraphilia” called “gerontophilia.” Literally meaning the “love of the elderly,” this kind of condition is considered a problem if a person is so driven to form intimate relationships with persons substantially older than they that it causes them and others distress and interferes with their ability to conduct other, more age-appropriate relations.
Good logic, so a 19/16 couple is also fine, and so is an 18/15 couple? That would be more my concern, it's not just about is it legal to bang her or not, like would there actually be any substance to the relationship? He was practically living with me before that but not really. When we first got together it was like he couldnt keep an erection. After we were together for a while (We were staying at my place and I had a roommate) We decided to get our own place. And he had me read like his journels when we first got together and they depict that he was very sexually active at a very young age.Anyway he works in the computer field and only part time. Well when he got the job he started staying gone until like am then 4 then 5. We both have cell phones and instead of calling and letting me know he had a side job to do or what ever he claims he just forgot to call.So, you venture into such an endeavor at your own risk.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.
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