Dad is always at the helm


Being too careful is also a problem.

When it comes to being a dad, when I try to get along with young women of my age, I feel a little insecure.

I'm grateful to be able to be easily introduced to dating clubs, and I'm also positive, which is why I'm registering.

However, when you actually meet someone, sign a contract, and start a relationship, there are quite a few obstacles that come up.

That's an age barrier.

I don't care that much anymore, but it still applies to women in their XNUMXs.

As expected, there are women in their early twenties, and I get nervous when things are too open, and there are many times when I question myself.

Times are changing every day.

Therefore, when there is a wide age range with a woman, I worry about things like, ``Do I look okay today?'', ``What kind of conversation should I have to make her happy?'', ``What kind of places are trending right now?'' It's a level that doesn't exist.

I'm sure the men will understand, but I find myself trying to look good no matter what.

It's one thing if you're actually dating as a daughter and father, but when it comes to being a couple, it's completely different.

As much as possible, I don't want women to worry about such small details.

This is the same feeling that all men who become fathers have, and I think they feel this way while dating.

In particular, the women I meet in Tokyo, where I live, are of a high standard.

For this reason, even when we were young, Tokyo has the impression that everything is cutting edge.

The same is true in business.

If I say the so-called center, it will be easier for everyone to understand.

I have also contracted a number of women who are working as fathers in rural areas as mistresses, but in many ways the level is a little different from that in Tokyo.

For example, this applies to their appearance as well, and their knowledge of what's trending is on an order of magnitude, so it's more likely that they'll be on the learning side.

When I look at the women who are active fathers in Tokyo, all of them look like models, and all of them look stylish and fashion leaders.

Above all, he has an image of having an antenna for all genres.

This extends to food.

However, when I go to rural areas, most of the women I meet seem to be normal, nice women.

That's why I feel a little calmer when I meet a mistress from a local area, and personally, I'm happy because I enjoy the difference from my Tokyo mistress.

I think each place has its good points.

Meanwhile, when I meet a woman with a certain age difference, sign a contract with her, and spend time with her every week, I find myself developing habits that are appropriate to my age.

It means that if you are too careful, you tend to leave everything to the other woman.

For example, let's say you go to a restaurant.

Therefore, even if the woman really wants to eat Japanese food, she leaves everything up to the other person, saying, ``What do you want to eat?If you have something you want, you can request it.'' It becomes a habit.

Especially if this is a woman in her thirties, that wouldn't happen.

In my case, would it be okay to say something like that to a woman in her early twenties?My personality has changed.

Is this the case for all men who become fathers?I had doubts, so I asked my friends who were in the same situation.

Then she said, ``Ah, I understand. It would be fine if every woman could respond in the same way, but if the age difference is too big, I get weird feelings too.''

I'm not the only one, am I?That's how I felt.

It's not like I'm going to lose anything there.

However, during this Golden Week, I had a sleepover date with a woman in her early twenties.

To be honest, I didn't feel bad about it, but there was a part of me that wasn't really into it.

I'm happy just to have a woman there.

Any man who has become a father will understand this feeling.

However, after spending a day with a woman in her early twenties at the helm, I felt like there was a hole in my heart.

So, I came up with my own answer.

First of all, I don't look down on women in their early twenties, but they lack experience in life compared to us.

This is undeniable.

That's why I think there is a certain flow when it comes to dating.

What kind of atmosphere do you go to and where do you relax?Such.

Isn't this the case that unless you have been to a certain level of experience or have a considerable amount of knowledge, you won't be able to create a plan that allows both parties to enjoy the process?That's what I thought.

A simple story is that it is biased.

Of course, since I'm a dad, it's okay to have women-centered thinking.

However, I think that things like schedules and the position women are placed in are where I can be more considerate towards women.

But to be honest, if women were to be in charge of everything, the fun would be greatly diminished.

I also understand that men who become fathers should be gentlemen to women who are fathers.

However, during Golden Week this year, I only met a woman in her early twenties once.

The rest were all in their early thirties.

To be honest, there was a huge difference in terms of enjoyment.

To be honest, should I cancel my contract with a woman in her early twenties?I'm thinking about it.

She's such a wonderful woman, though.

Maybe she's too young for me.

I don't only like young women, nor do I have any particular sexual fetishes.

The reason why I signed a contract with her was that she seemed very nice to me when I first met her, and I wondered if she would love me like a daughter.Because I thought so.

I've been dating her for about 8 months and have spent a certain amount of time with her.

To some extent, when you spend time together, you both start to open up to each other, and the tension, even the tension, tends to loosen, in the sense that you are more careful about each other.

However, I still don't feel like I can be that relaxed.

I can't help but compare myself to other mistresses.

I personally feel that I can get along quite well with other women in their early XNUMXs and women in their late XNUMXs.

It may seem a bit late, but the difference is, am I at the helm?Haven't you?That's right.

First of all, if you leave all the steering to women, it will be difficult to say things later.

As a father, it is important to be careful.

However, in my experience, things go better if the man at least takes the reins at the time of the meeting, although not all of the time.

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