If you're trying to make decisions for someone who, in the eyes of the law, is a legal adult capable of making their own decisions, then you're being overprotective.
I am not dissagreeing with you about that but This might be legal but it is still sickening and just wrong a 18 year old is still just a child compared to a 30 year old Well, that's your opinion and you're entitled to it.
But, if she's that unstable she might not be the best choice for your friend ...
especially if he's been hurt and not yet overcome it completely.
Im trying to help my homeboy out right now.sorry for the loss for your friend, its better in the long run he seen her true colors, screw her I'd say... I feel for my boy, because he was a great guy, who was open, diverse, and taught her things nobody else taught her about life and dating, and love.
I think the age difference between 18 and 30 years old is completey wrong... She fell in love with the 21 year old, and he loves her but she doesnt want to give it a chance to let it work, instead she has this infatuation over this 30 year old guy who she calls her soul mate.
Your intentions are genuine, but since they're both adults it's not really your place to judge or get involved in the matter ...
This 30 year old guy is falling for this girl and it just don't feel right.If you're trying to make decisions for someone who, in the eyes of the law, is a legal adult capable of making their own decisions, then you're being overprotective. When I found it, he told me that the 30 year met her when she was actually 17.He was with his girlfriend at the time, messing around on her for the now 18 year old girl.if it was a situation where my 18 year old daughter had to choose between a respectful, responsible, and well meaning 30 year old, versus a guy her own age who had no job, no responsibility, and was just out to get into her pants, that 30 year old would sure have my stamp of approval!I'm not saying that it's the case here (and I'm not dissing btown's friend, he sounds like an upstanding guy), but numbers don't always tell the full story. because now you've changed the scenario so that she's not a legal adult.She basically had herself a great man in front of her and is willing to throw it all away.She even called her time with the 21 year old guy a "MISTAKE".She actually met the 30 year old when she was 17, which really angers me, and I just wants whats best for my boy.They're both legal adults, so who they date is their own business.Best advice I can offer, is not to date an 18 year old if one asks you out.But, that doesn't mean others have to agree with the way you feel about it.