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What you've got going for you, though, is his beliefs about "God's plan". If he's very committed to his religious beliefs, those will strongly support commitment and deter cheating, divorce, etc. He likely has the same immaturity and skittishness about commitment that most guys his age do. It is very common for Christians to meet their partner young and get married right out of college.added by Salaam for Watfa on 06.09.2019 in 03:38
He's likely had very little, if no relationship experience..and what he may consider a serious relationship or 'long term', might very well be different than what you consider it to be. I hate to make a generalization, but guys that age are about sex, and they're very influenced by their "boys".....and there's nothing wrong with that, that's just where a young guy is at that stage of his life. I think your age difference is quite significant......in the fact that at 23, he's still finding himself, he's still very much influenced by friends, still very much into "having fun" and likely nowhere on the same wavelength as you, in terms of settling down or wanting a serious, long-term relationship. If you were both the same age (you around 23), at least you would grow and change and learn together...but I think you're at a totally different place.