Your intentions are genuine, but since they're both adults it's not really your place to judge or get involved in the matter ...
just as you probably wouldn't want someone to interfere in your own personal matters. She actually has real feelings for my boy, but she is emotionally unstable.
As a friend, you can be there to offer support when things fall apart, but beyond that it's up to them. She had a great guy in front of her and she wants to throw that away.
She actually met the 30 year old when she was 17, which really angers me, and I just wants whats best for my boy.They're both legal adults, so who they date is their own business.At 18, there'a also going to be no telling her that you know better.We've all been through those years, and back then we always knew better than those with years of wisdom on us ... To those who just dismiss the age difference on principle ...It's one thing to express concern, but if you push too hard it's going to be perceived as meddling, which only causes resentment and shuts the other parties off to any advice you might render.
Part of being an adult, means making mistakes on your own.Sure, there are exceptions, and love conquers all, right?!Except love doesn't get my 18 year old date past a bouncer.If you're trying to make decisions for someone who, in the eyes of the law, is a legal adult capable of making their own decisions, then you're being overprotective. When I found it, he told me that the 30 year met her when she was actually 17.He was with his girlfriend at the time, messing around on her for the now 18 year old girl.When in doubt, look at the Rule of Seven for a rough guideline.