SUGARMOMMA OR FREAK?

Dear Venus:

I have been divorced for many years and have recently started dating a guy who is younger than my youngest child. I’m no spring chicken, but I take care of myself and younger men always approach me. I am attracted to younger men and like the attention. My ex-husband was older than me and never showed me much attention. We never had much romance and towards the end it became a sexless marriage. I later found out that he was seeing someone he worked with who was quite a bit younger than him.

I haven’t done a lot of dating since my divorce 5 years ago, but I was at a club with some friends and met my honey for the first time. When he came to our table I was surprised he asked me over my friends to dance. They’re all very attractive and most of my girlfriends are younger than me. I sometimes go out with my daughter and her friends. We have a lot of mutual friends. I wasn’t with my daughter the day I met him, but our mutual friends were quick to tell my daughter about my new friend. I never got the chance. I lied and told my daughter that it was just a flirtation and I never saw him again, but we’ve been sneaking around ever since and seeing each other. I know I’m grown, but I don’t think my daughter or my son would approve. We’ve been intimate, but I usually go to his house or meet him so my children won’t find us together. I shouldn’t be hiding my relationship, but I know what’s coming if they find out.

I have a nice life, a great home and enjoy my freedom. I do want to continue to see my friend, but don’t think it’s going to happen unless I come clean with my kids.

Signed,

I just want to be happy.

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