Tue 24 Jul, 2012 07:12 am
I am 27 year old male, I met a 60 years old lady and we fall in love with each other after six month. Now we have sexual relationship also and we love each other very much. But now her children found our relationship and they fight with me and ask with me stop the relationship with their mum.
Now, she call me to meet her and but I feel to meet her and continue our relationship. She also like to live together with me.
I feel, what to do now?
Perhaps you both should consider moving on - especially when her family is against it. Most likely her family's negativity and resistance will undermine the long-term viability of your relationship. Maybe take some time apart and see where things stand in a little while.
I normally give advice only to relationships where there is a difference by a multiple of four (e.g., 30 years and 120 years). I will have to bow out; I specialize in only uber age differentials!
Best of luck, whatever your decision might be.
This is way too easy.
Just see each other without broadcasting it to her family. They'd have to be told that you guys are together. It likely won't last terribly long - I mean: She's 60!
Just keep your business to yourself. If they question her private life, she should tell them in no uncertain terms that she chooses to keep that private.
The family is likely concerned because they can imagine the inheritance they've been waiting for may be given to you now. It is an evil reason to try to keep your mother or father from enjoying a late in life romance. She should let them know that she isn't stupid enough to leave you all her worldly goods because of a short romance - and additionally, she will leave her assets to whom she pleases - with a pointed suggestion to them to stop harassing her or they are out of the will.
Dude you confusing rum with women. It goes something like "I like my women young and my rum old."
Here's a thought: Think about what things will be like in 10 years.
So ..... Find a younger gal with the same qualities that this woman has.
(She's probably lovin' this, good for her. But shame on her for encouraging this relationship to the point of marriage consideration)