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aprilfear Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2013  Student Writer
I'm thirteen, and most people say I have more... "emotional depth" than most kids my age... But seriously, I know that someone my age shouldn't be looking for relationships. Relationships are hard to handle. Not only that, but most boys my age are hormone driven little buggers. How do you think teenage pregnancies start? A boy my age doesn't need to be in relationships, because I doubt he could make a real relationship last more than five minutes. You need to find yourself a real man; not a boy. And you need to get a man that doesn't have a bad temper. A bad temper can lead to bad things like abuse. I'm not saying he's going to turn into a man that beats women, but a male with a bad temper can be a terrible thing. Men can lose their temper, and if they start a physical fight, they could very well hurt a woman quite a bit. Oh, and four things you should remember when you get a real boyfriend closer to your age:
1: If he hits you- even ONCE- he doesn't love you and you should break up with him.
2: If he tries to get you to do something you're not ready for, he doesn't love you.
3: If he cheats, he doesn't love you.
4: Break it off the moment he does something bad. Don't let it get worse or you could end up with an abusive boyfriend.
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Buttonlight Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013  Student General Artist
When hes 18, its all his decision. Meanwhile, don't hinder his life because of your relationship with him, and don't let this child hinder your life either. He needs to grow up and you need to be an adult. I don't doubt your love, and I think you should be together. But both of you are just so young...
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eliviralikespie Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2013
In the end you will find out who is best for you! I have a friend whose parents are 13 years apart...in my opinion age is just a number.
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Segacat101 Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2012  Student Artist
Be brave and break away
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Toxinity Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2012  Student Digital Artist
First of all, I don't know the background story on the both of you, so I can't say where your psychological standpoint is.

But I CAN say that I know where his is. This is a little boy. A child. A baby. He isn't even of the minimum legal age to get a JOB. This child probably isn't even physically mature enough to impregnate a woman, let alone have the mentality to be in a "serious" relationship with a woman who is way over the age to start having children. This child - if in most countries - is still in middle school/junior high, whatever you want to call it unless he's some kind of genius. This baby is probably still pulling girls' hair at school, shooting spitballs at teachers, getting his clothes laid out by his mother, and playing in the bubble bath. This is not your regular "Romeo & Juliet" type relationship. She was 14 and he was 18, they were only 4 years apart and you see what happened to them? Dead. Not saying you two will die, but it didn't work out, did it? Maybe not my best example, but still. Anyway...

Trust me when I say this, he is NOT the one. You two are NOT star-crossed lovers. There IS someone else who can handle you, your age, your relationship preference, your self-esteem, your life-style. This is a child who probably sees himself as mature enough to handle anything, but can't even handle staying home by himself for 12 hours. Hell, I thought the same way when I was that age, but I admit looking back at that age, I was a mess. A MESS. A tangle of emotions and hormones. Hell, my hormones are still out of whack and it's 6 years later, but now I have more of a grip on them...most times.

This is a boy, not a man. Maybe he acts mature for his age and maybe he told you his true age way late in your relationship and now it's hard to get the image of that perfect boyfriend out of your head because now you know the harsh truth and can't accept it. Judging by the way you put this, you are in serious inner turmoil with yourself because of this boy, especially his age. You need to break it off. Because he's a child and his temper is over 9000, it will be harder for him to understand....because he's a child. Children his age are difficult for a reason. And because he is difficult, this can be harmful to him if you continue to go the route you're going.

At that age, kids go through an emotional hell state. He's about to break from that pre-teen state to that first glimpse of adolescence stage. The longer you continue to "date" (which could be considered babysitting in this situation) him, the worse the impact will be to him when, and if, you do break it off with him. Think about his side of the relationship. He shows you anger because he can't handle the things you want from him in this relationship. He isn't mature enough to UNDERSTAND the reason why you want these things from him in this relationship. He shouldn't even be thinking about dating at this age, let alone dating someone older than he is.

If you were this child's mother, you would not be happy in the least to know your baby boy who you carried for 9 months, who's living under your roof, is in his room on a website he probably isn't even old enough to have legal access to, is having a relationship with a 22 year old WOMAN.

I don't mean to sound harsh, but this is the reality of the problem. Things can't keep going the way they are unless you're willing to sacrifice your happiness for 5 more years, maybe less because once he starts living life for real, he is not going to stay with you. He will break up with you. There will be many, many REAL pretty girls around him that he will be infatuated with. If he can capture a 21 year old, he can capture twice as many 13 year old girls. Face reality and end it before you end up getting hurt deeply. Find someone who you can talk to. Someone who doesn't beat around the bush and tells it like it is because that is what you need. You need to get rid of this low self-esteem you have because you deserve so much better than what you're putting YOURSELF through. Nobody is controlling you. You are NOT trapped. You have much more power over this relationship than this boy. The only thing that's stopping you is YOU. End it. You'll get over it and quicker than you'll expect.

I hope everything turns out for the best for you and the boy.
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aprilfear Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2013  Student Writer
You should be a therapist or something. O.O
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Toxinity Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2013  Student Digital Artist
O3O really?
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aprilfear Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2013  Student Writer
Yep
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Toxinity Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2013  Student Digital Artist
;v; thnx
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Coeb Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2012
Age doesnt matter, but it matters if its hurting one side.
The age is just a number is correct, in terms of how wise the other is. It leaves me feeling broken, as being thirteen myself, when one person drags me down and burys what I say just because they think I'm inexperienced. In truth, the amount of time you've been alive doesnt speak for your experiences. An adult can live their entire lives in the cities with money, while one half their age can experience the death of their parents, homelessness, helplessness, suicide, homocide, and more. You get my point.
Being in this relationship, though, it brings both you and him down. This boy is old enough to be a late brother of yours. While you would be in an illegal tangle, if anyone found out on his side, he would have his entire life ruined by those around him. There are those who would even attempt at murder to him. For gods sake, your life could be in that same position too. Actually, I'm sure many would love to hurt and bully a woman in such a relationship with someone so young.

What really concerns me is any sexual relationship. That, truthfully, is very wrong. No one under 18 in my personal opinion should get in any sexual activity, especially not someone almost double their age. No sexual activity? Online, its fine. As long as you two dont go meeting up, I find no harm to be done as long as you two dont tie both your chances with others around you down.

Those who are claiming for you to get HELP; that makes me cringe. No one can get any help that they already cant give themselves; its just much harder to dig that help up. Your not a doll to be tossed around, you dont need help - you have it. If you need support, thats another matter, me and many others will gladly support you. A small affectionate exchange? Go for it, as long as you dont turn it into something serious. If you do, dont take it further - its going to end up getting you two hurt. I dont want to see you do that to yourself, and to him.

Best regards.<3

I apologize for my last comment as 'Yuryaoi', that was me commenting on a friends account. Replies, I would appreciate for them to be sent here. Danke!
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Yuryaoi Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2012
I know what its like to fall in love with someone with such an age difference and online.
Online, no one compares because of looks or the sounds of voice; its just the personality through the words that shines through. Thats what I love about it.
I'm 13 and I fell in love with an 18 year old. I guess thats 'wrong'. I didnt care about that, theres two things that broke me from it.
One, I've got a phobia against 'love' and cant handle any such happy emotions. I'm really better at putting myself in the dark.
Second, I didnt feel right. I felt like I was lower and insuperior. I knew the feelings I had were 'dangerous' and was thankful he was a country from me, so given its internet, I cut ties with him. It left me sobbing, but luckily I had a good friend to distract me. Now all me and him are is friends. I feel much more balanced now.
Age doesnt matter, but it matters if its hurting one side.
The age is just a number is correct, in terms of how wise the other is. It leaves me feeling broken when one person drags me down and burys what I say just because they think I'm inexperienced. In truth, the amount of time you've been alive doesnt speak for your experiences. An adult can live their entire lives in the cities with money, while one half their age can experience the death of their parents, homelessness, helplessness, suicide, homocide, and more. You get my point.
Being in this relationship, though, it brings both you and him down. This boy is old enough to be a late brother of yours. While you would be in an illegal tangle, if anyone found out on his side, he would have his entire life ruined by those around him. There are those who would even attempt at murder to him. For gods sake, your life could be in that same position too. Actually, I'm sure many would love to hurt and bully a woman in such a relationship with someone so young.

What really concerns me is any sexual relationship. That, truthfully, is very wrong. No one under 18 in my personal opinion should get in any sexual activity, especially not someone almost double their age. No sexual activity? Online, its fine. As long as you two dont go meeting up, I find no harm to be done as long as you two dont tie both your chances with others around you down.

Those who are claiming for you to get HELP; that makes me cringe. No one can get any help that they already cant give themselves; its just much harder to dig that help up. Your not a doll to be tossed around, you dont need help - you have it. If you need support, thats another matter, me and many others will gladly support you. A small affectionate exchange? Go for it, as long as you dont turn it into something serious. If you do, dont take it further - its going to end up getting you two hurt. I dont want to see you do that to yourself, and to him.

Best regards.<3
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sunkissin Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm much more concerned at the fact that an adult is dating a child...

Find someone your own age, Jesus Christ. :/ Pedophilia is just flat out wrong, no matter the genders. If this was a 21 year old man and a 12 year old girl, everyone would be infuriated. This reminds of that South Park episode actually, when Ike ends up in a relationship with his teacher, and no one really cares.

Pre-teens just aren't emotionally mature enough to handle something like this.. they don't even know what "love" is. There are some very very very rare exceptions of course, but you as an adult should know better. Seriously, find someone your own age, and stop letting people control you.
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sunkissin Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
* no one really cares because she's a woman and not a man, and they all envy him. Realised I needed to add more to that xD
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broken-and-whole Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2012
Dont put yourself in this situation! He is making you feel bad. You shouldn't have to wait for him like that. I know you love him, but trust me, there has to be someone else bond to come into you life that will love you so much more. Please, don't feel like you are doing something wrong!
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suzymc Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It's so sad when older people love younger people. It is so hard for them to work out and it causes a lot of stress.
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N1ghTw4lk3r666 Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2012  Student Artist
holy fuck someone's got issues...
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macro-vision Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2012
ok..so people seem to have missed the word "soon" hes 12, she is 21.

There is nothing RIGHT about this secret. A 12 year isnt controlling her, she obviously has deep seeded issues thats allowing her to THINK he is. Nothing is making her sit in front of that computer waiting for a responce from a child who probably cant even comprehend the feelings this lady thinks she feels for him.

Secret teller, PLEASE, go seek help. Everyone who says the age difference is ok is wrong. Its not ok at this age range. Maybe if you were 41, and he was 32. The maturity and life experiences are greater at this range. But right now hes a child, completely and utterly. You are just becoming an adult, and should know right from wrong.

And if you dont see this as being wrong. Then that should be your secret. You dont find age difference or doing something illegal wrong.

And I saw someone say "maybe she likes people her age but not online" or something similar. Did you ever think, maybe she likes people of this age in real life also? You wouldnt support this woman if you had a child that age. To be honest Im guessing most of the people supporting this are of a younger age and want people to think they are mature, and are ready for love from much older people. Illegal is illegal for a reason.
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HIPPYmcscallywag Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2012  Student Artist
my darling you are being controlled by love.And its good that you know that but...stop waiting,and thinking.Take action.
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Bahar1 Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I've seen this happen to a close friend of mine before so you might want to read. I think you ended up in this situation because you felt alone. You probably went online, met someone, found out he's 13 but couldn't stop because he's the only one you have. Even if that wasn't the story, it goes on like this:

First thing you should do is understand he's NOT the only person who will ever love you. You're able to find someone else, a guy who's a better match. Even if you might feel hopeless, things are usually not as bad as you imagine. Seriously!

He's probably not the person you want him to be, or you imagine him to be. You just want him to be that way and overlook things which you don't want to see. Him having anger problems should show you that: He's not the perfect, sexy, funny, strong etc. guy you're looking for.

I say you need to get yourself out of this soon. You should think and decide on it. Sitting in front of a screen for so long will destroy your whole psychology. If you think it's already destroyed, you're probably WRONG. It might get worse because this thing doesn't seem to have a happy end. It will go on and on till you'll have to drop it the hard way. Take the process closer. Do it now.

Of course this is all a personal opinion, but as I know from my friend, this is the best thing you can do for yourself. As soon as you let it go, you'll feel you can breath again. You'll actually feel FINE and go on with your life. The clog will be gone.
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HectorAdame Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
...okay, I don't think the owner is 22 and his/her story is true. So many grammatical errors, like "else", "control", "trapped" "have"... the owner is either young or from another country.
Second... how can anyone be controlled by a 12 year-old kid, several miles away in an online relationship? IT'S ABSURD. He has no power over this person, unless he/she is so weak minded. The owner, if real, is 21, probably has a job, studies, real friends, so, if sane, would realize an online relationship is far from being a real relationship and move on. If this person is really 21, then the first thing he/she would've realized by now is that posting his/her problems on the internet is FAR from helpful. The owner needs some counseling coming from real professionals and real, tangible friends, not random nobodies on the internet.

By the way, DAS, why didn't you disabled comments on this post?
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jtcheney Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
I agree. This one shouldn't have comments enabled.
But since they are, I'll throw in my two bits:
Go find someone that's emotionally mature. A 12 year old boy isn't going to have the stability that a 22 year old woman needs. If you love him, can your love wait 5 years for him to grow up?
I doubt you are looking hard enough to find true love, secret-teller. Love will find you, if you let it. The fact that you are infatuated with a child is foolish and wrong. And illegal, if you get with him. When you were 12, did you HONESTLY have a clear grasp of what Love is? If you are his first "love", and he's never been hurt, trodden on, or hurt another, then how could you believe his concept of love is right?

It's your life. If you LOVE him, then ignore all of the above. But don't say you weren't warned that this can't go any way but badly.
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Seeker-Of-Valor Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow. All these posts. Really? I am totally neutral on this, but, seriously, you can't live someone else's life for them. If this person wants to make a mistake like this, then thats what they are going to do. But, in the end, they're going to learn from this mistake, whether or not you think they should of done this in the first place. If you want my opinion, then that is it. But, really, don't you guys have anything better to do than hate someone else/their actions when all they wanted was to reveal a secret that was really pulling them down?
Isn't letting these secrets go what DeviantArtSecret is for?
I'll let you guys think about that. And, please, think about your rude/hateful comments as well. Deep down, do you really mean those rude things? Or are you just saying them here because it makes yourself feel tougher/stronger. Would you actually say all those mean things to that persons face?
Would you?
And, please, I, myself, am NOT asking for any rude comments to come my way.
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DragonKitty-Meowr Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2012
I think some of the people are just concerned for the 12 year old...if she makes a mistake, it kind of drags the 12 year old down too. Maybe people don't believe they're being rude and concerned about the 12 year old...or people like to be rude. o.0
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oOlove-struckOo Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2012  Student General Artist
wow...i couldnt have said it better myself
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That-CrazyCat Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2012  Student Digital Artist
I would say my comments to this persons face.
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Catthylove Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Look, alot of the other commentators are probably not taking into consideration that this was an online boyfriend. You probably didn't know the boy's age for quite a long time.

However, when you did find out his age, you should have ended it. He's thirteen and you're twenty two. I have no idea where you live right now and the legality of it there, but where I live - New York - The age of consent is seventeen and where I come from (one commenter pointed it out already) the age of consent is sixteen.

Second of all, this is the internet. People lie about their ages. Not just adults posing as kids for the intention of hurting other kids, but also other adults.
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ZYZYXYZ Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012
This is either a brilliant troll or I don't want to live on this planet anymore.
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Yuryaoi Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2012
And if you ever got into this situation; I'm sure you wouldnt be saying that.
Shut up until you've gotten into a problem that compares.
She knows its wrong, obviously, if she feels so horrible about it.
So dont give her death wishes; let her sort it out.
Alright?
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kayla1495 Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012
I was in the same situation, we had a longdistance relationship for 3 years, but it ended because i couldn't take it anymore, I love him a lot, but I just couldn't take it anymore.. I was meeting a friend of my, and my (ex)boyfriend thought i was cheating on him, but that is not true.. But he broke up.. I think i'm better of without him, i don't feel stress anymore, i don't have pain anymore, i'm not that sad anymore (of course i'm sad he broke up..) In the end you just can't take it anymore and you have to be strong and choose for yourself.
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zombiiexmassacre Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
online boyfriend..... if he hurts you too much like this, find and another one near? kind and sweet
I wouldn't let someone I never met controling me like this X__x
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Snowywarriors Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012  Student Digital Artist
I hope whoever made this secret on here reads this. I went through that. Not only that but I dated him over a span of 3 years with break ups in between.

I'll still say I love him, because I do but it's better that he is gone. When he got mad at me he'd make me feel like nothing and then he would ignore me for weeks on end.

It was torture to wait and still want him, but I loved him.

Last December we broke up and he blamed so much on me and I accepted it and even asked for his friendship.

Don't do that. Don't. He'll make your life a miserable hell. I know my ex told all my secrets to everyone. It's a tough call but even if you love the person, it's better to just stop. Your self esteem and happiness deems more important than his. Remember that.

Be careful on the boundaries you step with age. I was picked on a lot for my ex who was 2 grades below me.

In the end it is your decision but remember that you are important to more than just him and there will be someone who treats you better. You're still young. :)
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boobahzone Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
^this.
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Teaislove Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
You're....
You're 22?
And he's 13?
How could you even?
Why would you think that that would even be a good idea?
Wat?
Do his parents even know?
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Catthylove Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
With the internet things like this happen. The secret-teller probably didn't even know the boy's age for quite awhile.
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Teaislove Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2012
That doesn't matter. She knows now, and she's still dating him.
I can't help think of grooming when I hear people talk about relationships like these.
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Jyoonicorn Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
First: beware friends on internet. They might not be who they say they are.
Second: Age difference. You both have different viewpoints as a teenager and adult. I don't approve of relationship with a child 10 years younger than you, but if you think he's the one, then ok.
Third: HOWEVER (stemming from second issue) you say he has anger and controlling problems. I don't think he's right for you. If you're afraid, then how is that love? You guys have to balance out, not have one super controlling. Really think about it, since you voiced your opinion on here, you want people to know how scared you feel. Either you're asking for attention, or you're using the internet as an outlet. Neither is healthy, really, so in my opinion, he's not the one for you.
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Witty-Allowishus Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
You deserve someone your age. He may seem like the kindest, only because he's a kid. I have to agree with a lot of comments on here. Get out of this relationship. You deserve better, someone your age, maturity, and who knows what a real relationship is. Sometimes, you have to look on the outside to see what is wrong on the inside. All these comments are the outside. I learned that sometimes, you need to listen to them.
Don't depend on him like this. You don't deserve that. Even if it hurts, you will be much better in the long run.
:heart: God bless you, dear.
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Friduble Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
While I agree with many over the age difference you also need to trust people's knowledge of themselves. If I get into an argument with my boyfriend, and he becomes angry or upset, if he wants to leave the conversation to cool off I let him. Sometimes they come back much more clear headed with a better understanding of the problem. This is with a 24 yr old. At 13, I can guess your guy isn't as mature and able to handle situations, Nor has he had the time to have/experience relationships in many different contexts. you have 9 years on him of social experiences.

The other problem is your dependence on him. This can cause stress/anxiety on the other person, especially if they are unable to help. I highly suggest finding someone you can talk to, and give him a break. He may very well develop and grow into a respectable guy, but, depending on where you live he has 3-5 yrs before he's even recognized legally as an adult.
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ivoryK1tt3n Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Student General Artist
Honey, just take your time. And to those who are freaking out about this, don't understand and probably never will.

I was 13 years old when I met my fiance. He was 24 turning 25. He has a lot of growing up to do, and it's just he's at the age of maturing. Whether or not you want to be with him, is only for you to decide, not them. Only follow your heart. I am just turned 20 years old, and my fiance just turned 31 years old. I didn't let what others thought of our relationship hold me back from loving him from the bottom of my heart.

Just give him time. The anger is his hormones probably trying to organize themselves. ^_^ I wish you luck!!
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Hawk-Moth Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Student Writer
He is a 12 year old boy, at that age they are still maturing. And you are 22 years old! This is freaking sick, no matter the damn gender! End it now! You know this is wrong, just by adding that little note at the bottom in such small print is proof of your guilt and shame. This relationship is wrong and I know you know it. Honestly, if I knew who you were and where you lived I would report you to the police!
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SnowDragonDesign Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Student General Artist
I really hate that comments were allowed on this, I feel so bad for this person and hope that everything turns out well for them, I cant believe the things being said in comments.
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MintChocoFusion Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
first problem, putting so much faith in an online relationship. second problem, putting so much faith in a 13 year old boy.
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Bahar1 Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
^ So true.
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Kohiiko Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
Wow, I really cannot believe the double standards going on here. If the genders were reversed in this situation people would be flaming this post to hell.

You are 22 years old and this kid, this boy, is 12. He is no where near ready for, and is certainly not interested in, the same level of seriousness or commitment in a relationship you seem to be looking for. You need to realize that he's a child and while anger and hormones at his age are perfectly normal, what you are doing is very very wrong. He's not going to stop these outbursts anytime soon, but he will outgrow them eventually. In the meantime I suggest you leave the kid alone, take a hard look at yourself, and probably get some help.

You're playing with fire and I can guarantee many people (including his parents) would like to see you rot in jail for what you're doing. So please stop while you can because your excuse of "loving" him is not going to pass in any court if something were to between the two of you.
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sunkissin Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
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Steampunk-Desperado Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
I can totally understand "loving" someone of a different age, but to say you're in love with a child whom probably hasn't even had his first wet dream yet is to take it a bit far. You're severely undereducated with human psychology and human anatomy if you think a relationship like yours is healthy.
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minako13 Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
I think you're a bit crazy in this. Maybe you should start acting your age. I apologize if this hurts you.
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xXPhoenixAngelXx Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
Sorry if it was a 13 year old girl and a 22 year old man, the response from the deviantart community would be much more vicious and accusatory, the double standard is annoying and ridiculous.

This person is a pedophile, regardless of whether it is a she (and you never know it could be a he) and the sympathy you're giving them is surreal. They should be reported to the police, the child and then the pedophile should then be sent to psychiatrists so that they may get evaluated and the next best course of action can be taken.
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xXPhoenixAngelXx Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
Sorry he's 12? The hell?

I'm aware the author is also a year younger but age of consent=16 in the UK, so that's where I'm coming from.
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Doodling-is-Life Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
The word pedophile means to be ONLY attracted to younger children. I won't judge her because I don't know her, but it's not as if she is only attracted to kids his age, she could be attracted to men her age too. All of these comments judging her and calling her a pedophile is making me sick. Even though I don't think this relationship is right, I'm not going to say she should leave him for his age but leave him for his actions.
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