I was having breakfast the other day with a friend who was giving dating advice to his son.
For purposes of his anonymity, I am going to call just call him "Son." My friend said, "Son, you're 18 years old, so I am going to tell you how you date.
We are social butterflies in our early 20s and there’s rarely a dull moment.
I still say meeting a man through friends is the best way to meet a potential boyfriend because he comes with a recommendation and personal history.
As you get older, you get serious about your career and spend fewer Friday nights on the town, significantly reducing your chances of meeting guys while you’re out and about.
I recommend you use this time as a chance to meet a man the traditional way before you try online dating.
I will suggest that women younger than 25 take advantage of the greatest men-meeting opportunities on the planet.
It is during this time of life that women attend college, hang out with old friends from high school and go to the most parties and events.
Typically, most Internet matchmaking sites require a minimum age of 18 to join, although most social media sites allow people of all ages to build profiles.
Once you decide he’s ready, try to enjoy this new and exciting part of his life.
Young people always have conflicts with their parents about quite a delicate problem of dating.
And that means I can date a woman who is 16." From where did this ridiculous rule come?
You can date someone as young as half your age plus seven years? It's no wonder that so many women feel that men their own age are too immature.