An 18-year-old lady was kicked out of her home by her parents, after revelation to descending in adore with somebody who’s thirty-one years older than her.
Tereza Hatlas, now 20, from Kromeriz, Czech Republic, was forced to pierce in with George Sekanina, 5 months after getting to know him by a dating website.
‘I was looking for an older man; fifty years or older and we held him like a fish – a golden one of course. For 5 months we only chatted – two messages each, on a daily basis,’ pronounced Tereza.
‘We shared the favourite songs, pictures, life practice and so on. And in Feb we met in person.
‘It went good so we started seeing any other some-more and more; we could speak by the day and night. It was wonderful.’
While George’s family were understanding of their relationship, Tereza’s relatives kicked her out of the family home, and for a year-and-a-half were not even peaceful to meet him.
During this time, Tereza became vexed and incompetent to cope with the deserted by her family.
However, 6 months ago, Tereza’s family came to terms with the attribute and she has given built bridges with them, but they still don’t approve of George.
‘His family were so kind to me from the first time they met me. Parents, siblings, aunts and uncles, all of them. They all support us, enjoy the company, and adore us,’ she said.
‘But my family, sadly, threw me out of my home and we had to pierce to my bae’s home. It was quick, we’ve strictly been together for as prolonged as we’ve lived together, which is two years.
‘I had to change my home, my school, friends, family and all was new, brought a lot of issues but it’s behind us now.
‘They didn’t determine with my choice, so we had to go; we was mentally down, it was a really dim year-and-a-half. we was struggling with myself the whole time; we had basin and was not means to arise up and go to school.’
Despite the dim duration they had to continue for their love, Tereza explained because she defied her parents, stayed with her man despite their age disproportion and came by the other side.
‘I was captivated to his attract of personality, block chin, severe relaxed voice, deep, amatory and smart eyes and of march his china hair,’ she said.
‘When we was getting to know him, we was captivated to him some-more and more. He is wise, talented, and a young-minded man.
‘He must have been captivated to me by my lovable and puzzling weirdness and tolerance and my tallness for sure; I’m very tiny and he finds it sweet.
‘I am an animal-loving, a little bit lazy, chocolate-loving bookworm that met an active, meat-loving aptness manager that is tough on himself and others as well. Seems like black and white – and it truly is.’
Tereza says she and George are ‘so opposite nonetheless the same’.
She said: ‘He teaches me, we learn him (for example, how to prepare pasta) and we met on a dating website.
‘I always precious older men, so this age opening doesn’t worry me. we am happy about it. My boyfriend is kind of a immature soul, so we really can’t suppose him with someone older. There are days we feel like the older one.’
Tereza says while she’s happy to have patched things up with her parents, she’s still dissapoint at the fact they don’t honour her partner, and they still exclude to meet him – nonetheless they are now means to speak about the relationship.
Tereza says: ‘It creates me truly sad, as we found in him a blank piece of myself. Maybe time will reanimate everything.’
The remarkable change in her lifestyle and having to pierce out was formidable for them as a couple, but they are some-more loved-up than ever now.
‘I wasn’t really prepared for something like this, it messed with my conduct and it must have been really formidable for him to mount by my side – nonetheless we got by it. With little/big scars, but let’s wish for better future to come,’ Tereza said.
‘We both adore to travel, do sports, have fun and learn new things, so there are a lot of different plans forward of us.
‘I have a four-year-old dog, and that’s all we need in my life, those two men by my side. we never cared about what other people think.
‘That’s what we suggest to anybody who criticises any attribute – mind your own business. Gay, lesbian, older, younger, it’s all about complacency and love.’