If, in knowing your friend and out of concern for her suspect that she is embarking on her path merely because of some unresolved emotional baggage from her past, you might want to encourage her to seek appropriate counsel.
But you also need to consider that she might have other, valid reasons for finding happiness in her present relationship.
Well we were good friends for months before we actually got together. This young man is very wise beyond his years and teaches me new things all the time.
We have a great deal in common and well needless to say he made a move on me and I was really surprised because secretly I was thinking man if I was just a little younger. And when we did get together we fell head over hills in love.
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.
He isnt a complete creep he does really sweet things for me.
He was with me every single day since the very first day we met.
Then when we got together we just started living together. He doesnt have that problem now, but he doesnt like want to have sex practically ever. I had six brothers growing up and I know how much a twenty year old likes having sex.
And when I call him he starts to stumble over his words and is flippant with his answers. I've been in your shoes, don't waste your energy playing detective.
I of course start accusing him of cheating and say things I later regret. i am 21 and i hate to break the news to you, but of all the guys around my age that i have met, i have never met a single one that would date a 40 year old woman seriously.
Would you be able to go out together and do things together, or would you be buying yourself a beer and her a juice with a straw?