Skip to content. I am a fifteen-year-old female and I have a female friend who is forty-two. I can tell this person everything — I mean, stuff that I don't tell my mom — so I consider this person to be my second mother. Now my question is: All my friends who are my age think it is weird for me to hang out with her and my mom gets jealous because she thinks that this person is kind of taking her spot as being my mom. If you can, please give me an answer to this question. It is a special thing to have connections with people you care about, trust, and can confide in.
Since we dedicated so much time with these people inside and outside of school, we obviously developed some very strong relationships with them. It was always hard being left behind when the next batch of older kids graduated and left me in the dust, but the weekly texts begging for updates on school work and the latest gossip were something I always looked forward to. The reminders to always stick to what I need to buy at the store, not what I want to buy were always so helpful. Since you were alive when the dinos were roaming the earth, you definitely have had more life experiences than I have, so thank you for not letting me get into too much trouble.
Hardly anyone ever strictly has friends their exact age.
I hear a soft knock on our front door, and I immediately know what to expect on the other side: He knows that my son has to stay where I can see him.
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XperialGames said: never got the phil'd in thing since now. and I've been watching since the beginning.. They say people with older parents are more likely to be attracted to an older mate. My older friends.