Wow...same age as my mom and dad when they got married. My dad took my mother's whole life away from her when he was too selfish to really show his love for her and let her have time to grow up at LEAST A LITTLE. It's been 50 years and I'm still angry over it. She died young too at 62. When my DAD's own kids are mad at him for not waiting until my mom had a chance to experience things she deserved to experience , something is wrong. Oh ! What's wrong? You doing this would be WRONG...
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No,i dont think its a bad thing as long as there is love and understanding between you both. however i think you should give her some time for to grow up and see the situation with a clear eye cause girls often tend to mistake a crush for love.You may face lots of teasing and harrasment but as long as there is love there is a way. Good luck :)
Tbh if I saw you two in public, I wouldn't care at all. But others will. I'm warning you now, you will get crazy looks from people. And that's a fact. But you should go for it. I for one don't think it's bad at all. :)
She's to young for you , she don't know what love is yet she needs to experience with someone her age and do things her age do , cause later she won't understand when you wanna go drink at the bar with the guys cause she won't be able to you'll end up fighting a lot instead
If she is someone like my older sister (who is about to be 19 and will be getting married happily to her 28 year old boyfriend within the next 6 months), then I would say it should be fine, but my sister also understands the moral point that sex should not be added to the equation before marriage. When it comes down to it, love is not based upon age. Age is simply a mathematical calculation for how long a person has lived on the earth, age does not take into account that singular entity known only as the soul, and it does not take into account the possible life experiences or situations of the individual. I have been told many times that if age were calculated realistically according to maturity, then I would be in my 30s. So my only conclusion can be that your relationship should be fine so long as you approach it with these rules
#1: do not under any circumstances become sexually active
#2: understand that she is 15, and still has some growing up to do, and be reasonable as far as that goes
#3: remember what love actually is, love is the choice to do what is best for someone, and put them first, even at a cost to yourself, no matter what.
Even if it's legal you need to look at this morally. You are an adult, she is a child/minor. Her maturity isn't at your level. If you were 33 and she was 25 that would be much better. Also if a 23 year old guy wanted it date my 15 year old daughter he would have a difficult time. In most states if you got physical you would be charged with statutory rape and would more than likely end up in prison. I also believe you have some emotional or mental health issues to be interested with a 15 year old at your age. When I was 23 I wouldn't date a woman under 19.
It's definite you screwed up big time... in your own words. A 15 year old is immature, at best she is infatuated with you. She has a lot of maturing to do. She needs to join her peers and experience high school... you are taking that from her no matter what she says. She will resent you if stay together.