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The age difference is big, but if she's as mature as you say she is, and they seem to be good together, it's probably ok. I would be more worried about what would happen if when? It's far more likely that she would move in with him than with you, given that she's in school and has a job in her state. That seems like bad news waiting to happen. The worrisome aspect would be him ready for a commitment she's not ready for--marriage, kids, etc.
The best thing would be for her to really clarify her goals College? Grad school? Moving for job opportunities? In general, I wouldn't say that a year-old dating a year-old raises any immediate red flags. I do worry that she's perhaps jeopardizing her current living situation due to point 2.
I personally see nothing wrong with pre-marital sex, and even encourage it, but I'm not her parents. She needs to tread lightly, and perhaps investigate the possibility of moving out before she's forced out. Parents are a lot less likely to find out what a child's sex life is like when the child doesn't live at home. Better to be out in the open about it than be keeping this sort of thing a secret that may later backfire or be grounds for dismissal.
Again, the age difference isn't a big deal, but the circumstances surrounding the relationship may be. What type of position is she in, that is, is she some sort of intern who when done with school will be vaulted into a better position than her counterpart? Is he married or ever been? The age difference should not really raise a concern, I figure once someone is past say around 23 or 24 and up until 45 ish the only thing age really is is a number, and perhaps you might be slightly better at trivia if you are on the upper end of that range since you have lived a little longer and might be more familiar with older pop things, but other than that it appears you are wanting to make sure his true intentions is to be with your sister and there isn't something you are missing, so I would work with the above questions and go from there.
Most people will say if she's happy don't worry about it, and well this can be true, girls at a frat house who are hopped up on xtacy about to be date raped are happy as well, its only after the high has worn off and the realization about what has occurred sets in are they not happy. That is, she is happy, which is why she's told you about this to share her joy. Also, are you sure this is not some sort of act of rebellion on her part, and by cluing you in that can be effectuated by you cluing in your parents, she still lives at home and as you note is actively aware it could be cause for disruption of her living situation, but it's possible your parents will still weigh high cost of living and let her stay, just be disgruntled.
My sister is 39 and is married to a guy who is in his 70s. What of it? They're adults, nobody is forcing either of them, and it sounds like she's being treated well. He may very well treat her better than the immature guys her age will. He's not old enough to be her father, or even a father figure. Yes, the "they work together" thing and the "they keep it secret" thing are concerning, as is to a lesser extent, for me the "somewhat different ages and stages" thing, but in the secular world, people generally have lots of relationships and most of them don't work out.
Finally, a very distant last, verging on something that is only going to be a problem because your parents will look for problems that don't exist 3 the age difference. Everything you say about your sister and her partner makes me think the age difference is something they are going to handle well. If it helps you to get past the age difference, remember this guy was in his twenties a few months ago.
Without any evidence that this guy is mistreating your sister or using her, I wouldn't be worried, especially if your sister is mature and generally makes sensible decisions about important things. I have been involved with someone eight years younger than me, and our relationship is both stable and long term. Honestly, I'd be more worried about the possible repercussions of dipping the pen in company ink than anything else given the facts you've presented. But it sounds like they're aware of those risks, too.
Well, I understand five years can make a lot of difference, but my mom stepmom actually married my dad when she was He was nine years older, and they are still happily married, 35 years later. They came from a similar conservative background to yours.
Does your sister's boyfriend understand or identify at all with your sister's background? Is marriage sometime in the next few years a possibility, or no? Does he have a sexual background way different from hers? The age difference in itself is not a problem.
Problems arise only if they have different expectations or assumptions about how their relationship will work out. Things like money, in-laws, religion, kids are more important than age as she considers possible relationship roadblocks. It sounds like this guy is great, so I'd say she should continue dating him while keeping her eyes open and figuring the rest of this stuff out.
I'm sure she still has some growing up to do; all year-olds do, even the mature ones. So why would it serve the purpose of helping her grow up by convincing her to remove herself from a situation that We learn by doing; we grow by experiencing.
If things "go wrong" and relationship ends, then she'll learn and grow from that. Not having your first relationship work out is not the worst thing that can happen to someone; sometimes, it can be the best. What you can imagine is right for you is not what is right for everyone else.
This is a good approach. This happened, they're in love and he's treating her well by all accounts. She just needs to make sure she's treating him well. The age difference is is something that will bother other people, but if it doesn't bother them, then that's fine.
In the end, it's their relationship and they, not the world or even you, have to be happy with it. This might sound a bit out of left field, but is it possible that some of your Mormon upbringing might still be affecting your thinking a bit? I say this only because my extended family has a healthy serving of observant Mormons, and there is a cultural pressure to marry strong view of sex outside of marriage as extremely sinful, leading to many people marrying in their early 20's.
You may be unwittingly seeing that a guy who is single at 30 as a bit of a red flag-- because it's a bit unusual for Mormon guys to make it to 30 still single-- so you might be unconsciously wondering if there is an issue that makes him not great relationship material. Dating someone you work with is always fraught with issues, as others have said. And no matter how discreet they think they are being, people may still guess, because some people have a sixth sense about that kind of thing, and other people are not as good at hiding things as they think they are.
One of the great things about being a year-old woman is getting to date year-old men. My husband is 6 years older than me, and we met when I was I'm glad I found him, but I'm also glad I had the experience of dating casually when I was younger. I don't think you should necessarily be worried about the age difference, unless there are other warning signs. Lots of female friends of mine in college dated guys in their 30s and survived.
The only warning she should have is that people in their 30s often want to settle down. Make sure she's thinking consciously about what she wants to accomplish in the next 5 years or so graduate school? I don't see the problem here, in that it seems to be a mutually respectful relationship.
Sure, dating coworkers can cause problems, but in the long run it's no big deal. As for parents who may kick her out of the house, this is a separate issue. One of the great things about being a year-old woman is getting to date year-old men as a counter to this - i found the closer a guy was to my age, the more disrespectful and crappy he was.
As long as there isn't a significant power imbalance I don't see anything significant wierd about the relationship. Regarding parents: I'm guessing they would kick her out if they found out she was having sex with anyone, so the age thing is almost irrelevant here.
Regarding work: dating coworkers is always a minefield, again the age difference is secondary. So, that being said I guess the only thing to base the relationship on is My in-laws who married latter in life are about 20 years difference. My first gf was 9 years older than I Yeah you said it isn't an option but I was 22 when I met my thenyear-old boyfriend, now my husband.
As with other posters, the only thing that concerns me is that they work together. That could get weird fast, or it could be the source of a bad power dynamic. None of us here can know that, though. Whether or not this is a mistake isn't something any of us can know, either. In retrospect I understand why both of those relationships didn't work out, but on the other hand, both were good for me in their own way and I learned about myself. So, as long as she's not being played by an older dude for sex, she's fine, and even if she is being played by an older dude for sex, she's fine, since being played by dudes for sex is basically a round the clock risk of dating.
I don't see a problem. The only problem I would see would be if he didn't have an education, had financial problems, or some drama in his life. I know women who married guys who were more than ten years older than them, and frankly, there was a big benefit to being with someone already financially established, chiefly, being able to have kids younger rather than waiting until there's more income. I was a 20 year old dating a 28 year old.
Now I am a 27 year old happily married to a 35 year old. In our case, it worked out beautifully and things are pretty great with us. I am so, so glad I ddin't reject him just because of his age. Just a data point. But, I would not have dated him while living with my parents or while working with him. Too much pressure - if things go wrong and your parents find out and she has to move in with you, would she have to switch schools and jobs?
There is so much on the line here; I think the age difference is not the biggest concern. I'm much more concerned about her living under your parents' roof and risking her living situation than I am about the age difference.
Them being coworkers is also a concern. Both of those things can lead to a lot more drama and strife than anything related to age differences. Dating someone your parents don't approve of while you live with them, and that person also being a coworker is a horrible idea. Pretty sure no good can come from any of that. When I was 24, I very briefly took up with a 38 year old.
To no ill effect, and in fact we're friends to this day. That said, that was a different situation because this guy was by no means my "first" anything - I'd definitely been around the block by 24 - and also, we broke up very quickly because the age difference made him uncomfortable the fact that at 24 I looked barely legal probably didn't help, either. It was very obvious from the get-go that this was not "meant to be" in any significant sense.
How long have they been together? That's another concern - I would feel less sketchy about this if you hadn't said that things were "moving very quickly". But that's another thing I tend to distrust no matter what the ages are. Why not meet the guy, see them together, and get a sense of what they're like as a couple?
There are plenty of immature 30 year old men in the US. I know at 20 years old I still had a lot of growing up to do. She is more mature than me than I was at that age though So what? You're you, and she's her. You need to take care of yourself, and let her do for herself, unless or until some sort of actual harm enters the situation.
And even then, you need to remember that there's only so much you can to for someone else when romance is concerned, even if they're someone you love and feel protective of. Beginning when I was 25, I was in a relationship with a 40 year old for two years which started out by moving very quickly. There were a lot of personality issues and personal problems that made the relationship not work on both our parts , but age itself wasn't one of the factors that made it difficult, and we are still friends now.
Four years later, I can see that I got a lot out of that relationship, difficult as it was. The only possibly, though maybe not age-related issues I can think of that arose had to do with expectations. She had certain things that she expected because she was used to them: random gifts, more formal dates, not splitting the bill. Also, as a 31 year old I can say that I've known a number of year-olds at or near my level of maturity.
If they're both treating each other well, I wouldn't worry about the age difference. I'd be more concerned about the prospects of a failed relationship with a co-worker than anything else. I was 18 when I started dating my now-husband, who was It's now 13 years later and we are still perfectly happy together.
I'd be more worried in her case about the potential getting-kicked-out-of-home thing. But since she's working, she could presumably afford to rent a place, yes? Maybe she'd have to share with people, but that's kind of normal for someone her age. I haven't read the other answers, but I have thought about age differences in dating a lot.
Mostly because I am 21 and have dated people much older than me before - pretty much the same spread as between your sister and her guy. The issues that I stumbled into were: - having kids. Be prepared to have that conversation earlier.
Things that your older boyfriend remembers from childhood are different than yours. This can be a big deal or not. Either make a joke of it or don't acknowledge it, but it is still going to come up a bunch and both parties have to be okay with it to deal with that. Who's career will take precedence in regards to things like moving - it might end up being th person more established in their which would tend to be the older partner.
This is particularly relevant if they work in the same place! It is important to integrate, at least to some degree, your friends and your partner. Do they get along despite an age difference? This is a good indicator as to whether they are the kind of person your sister might otherwise date, just older. Basically, get ready to have a lot of conversations sooner than you might have had you not dated up a decade.
It can go great, and in twenty years be of no notice to them anymore as their kid graduates high school. Or she might get burned, like any other relationship. There are just different questions to ask and risks to be taken. I know a couple of Mormon marriages with this age spread. After all, the Young Single Adult program is for ages 18 to 30, and late-blooming RMs dating freshmen at BYU can easily have a five or six year age gap for that matter, some grad students date freshmen and sophomores at BYU, simply because so many girls get married young there, and the pool of year-old single women is quite small.
Your parents will be more mad about the sex and the lying than the age thing, I bet. Incidentally, it's probably a lot healthier for her to not be living with your parents if she's choosing to live her life this way. As for the bottom-line question: I'd be concerned if this was her first at-all relationship; that it's her first serious relationship and he's so much older is a bit of a warning sign.
It might be a little too much rebellion and danger and not enough "this is really right for who I am," but that's the sort of thing that people have to sort out for themselves. It doesn't sound like you're worried about her safety, so. Long before I ever met my wife, she was involved in a similar relationship, age-wise. She was about 20 and living with her boyfriend who was about Eventually they broke up, obviously, but she turned out ok.
She's now happily married to me, we have a nice house, she's pregnant with our first child. We went sailing in Greece last year. Are any of these things relevant? I don't know, how are you going to judge damage done by this age difference? What's my opinion of the guy? I don't know, I never met him. I'd have to guess he's not the most mature person for his age or wasn't 10 years ago, anyway.
What did her family think? I don't know, does it matter now? Would that have changed anything? I also lived with a girlfriend when I was about the same age as she was. My girlfriend at the time was 6 months younger than me, which would apparently be a lot less alarming. Like you, I had a lot of growing up left to do so did my girlfriend.
My own inexperience in life had very little relationship to my girlfriends age. If she was older, I would have had the same amount of growing up to do. If she was younger, same thing. If I need to grow up, it's a personal thing that affects me, not my sexual partners. Yeah, it's less than 10, but I can't really come up with a way it's significant.
What are the bad things you think are going to happen here? From the OP: "Thanks for the responses. I'd like to state that I am NOT trying to control her in any way. I was just worried about the age difference. I am pretty sure if this guy were 40 a lot more people would have felt the same apprehension.
The trouble is I didn't really know what was reasonable here, hence the question. I was honest about this with her and she was not offended by this concern. Because we were raised in a posoinous culture, I was trying to figure out what the common wisdom is about such age disparities. In our church culture, I often saw much older men marry much younger women in a way that seemed creepy and exploitative, in fact the prophet joseph himself was quite fond of younger women.
We don't want to emulate that. Thank you all for your responses, which have helped me learn more about what is considered healthy and normal by average folks. My little sister herself gave me her full blessing to post this because she too was curious how concerned she should herself should be. Of course you can and legally there is nothing wrong, but let me just tell you from experience why it's a bad idea. You can't comprehend this right now, but I promise you that in the next ten years of your life you are going to change so much.
Your goals, dreams, personality and self confidence will all change over this next decade. Dating someone who is 30, that may act immature for their age has been through so much more than you. The only way they could possibly relate to you is that they've already been through what you're just now experiencing. I know there's nothing that anyone can say to change your mind, because to you it's not a big deal. However in ten years I promise you're going to look back at this situation and think, well that was stupid.
It's mostly because of the different levels of maturity. At 18 you are an adult, yes, but most 18 year olds have a long way until they are REALLY grown up, and there are enormous differences in maturity compared to someone who is At 18 you may be a legal adult, but it does not mean that you are mature enough to know what love really is. Or to be able to make such decisions. Personally, I don't have a problem with it.
Are you female dating a 30 yr old male? Or is it the other way around? People frown on these types of relationships, but it is up to each individual to decide what is right for them. It's not bad, if you both genuinely love and respect each other. You also might want to think of the fact that relating to somebody that much more experienced than you might be hard. Older people like younger people, but its hard to relate to each other.
That's why they have age of consent laws. I personally believe a sixteen year old is old enough to make such a decision, but still, we're talking about someone who is twelve years older than you. They've had twelve more years to think about and experience things. If someone did, they're really mistaken. You're doing good! Just because you are considered an adult by ur parents doesnt mean everyone does You would still not be considered an adult in my eyes you still can't drink and do many other things Yes, you can make your own choices, but the sad fact is So it's just extremely hard to watch, which is why everyone is so opposed to it.
There's a huge difference in maturity and experience between 18 and So the 18 year old is vulnerable to being manipulated etc. Trending News. Confusion clouds VP Kamala Harris' immigration role. World contestant reacts to tiara-snatching incident.
That was probably his peak and I think he could have had any number of girls at that point of his life. Lucky for me, he wanted me! We have gone on to have seven children and we are very happy together. I have been blessed to be able to be a SAHM like I always dreamed the haters can call me a gold digger—whatever and have a loving, stable husband. Single women are not all saints and can sometimes be far worse than the problems associated with single mothers.
I often caution young men who work for me regarding single moms. When I see a tatted up and pierced woman I immediately rule her out also. She obviously has esteem issues that led her to deface her body and these issues will surface at some point. The adolescent millenial men who play video games all day, smoke pot and generally just want to do nothing are not good options even for single mothers. My advice for successful men is to avoid the metoo problems and just set a sugar baby contract where you can have the company of a female when needed but not the expense or drama of having to deal with them all the time.
Just had this conversation with my mother, in relation to advice for my son. The narrative painted sounds more like a flat character from a trailer park. Having a child is never poor judgment. Not getting married first? Best thing that ever happened to me. We are deliriously happy — just the right combination of love, lust, respect, admiration, companionship, and playfulness. I would really like to meet a good woman to share my life with, instead of growing old all alone which i am sure many other men do feel the same way as well.
Most women as it is are just real men haters which most of these women to begin with are gay as well, and this makes it very difficult for many of us serious straight good men trying to find love today since it was a lot easier meeting a good woman in the past when most women were very old fashioned and a lot nicer than today. Born in the wrong ERA unfortunately for many of us men today that really hate being single and alone all the time since it definitely has so many disadvantages as well.
I always thought early to mid thirties was the idea age for men even when I was 20, but I have a feeling I will end up dating 20 somethings at this point. My hunch is online dating is a complete and utter waste of time and the only decent way to meet men of any age is in person work, school, bars, events? I never rejected men because of their age.
At 20 I was dating a 34 year old man who needed viagra, looked 50 and was extremely controlling. I left him and met another man who was 33 looked his age and was very sweet. Neither one of us was ready to settle down so I went on to date men of various ages. The youngest was 19, oldest was I dated in my age group as well but not much came out of anything. One of my longest relationships started at 26 with a guy only one year my junior.
We stayed together on an off until I was 33 and realized after having a child with him that he was playing around behind my back. At 34 I met a 25 year old who thought I was lying when I told him my age. He thought I was 19 or 20 and too young for him! I got so frustrated even though I was flattered and pulled out my drivers license so he could see I was really We are expecting a baby girl and he loves my son like hes his own.
But even though its flattering I would never betray my husband. My 35 year old ex meanwhile who is the father of my son has aged badly, gained weight and cant find a woman of any age. I think for whatever reason people in my generation decided to wait longer for marriage and kids than previous generations.
My husbands friends however are all married and or have kids so seems like his generation is not waiting. Well there are a lot of us good single men that hate growing old all alone by ourselves to begin with. Now with so many women nowadays that have a Career making their six figure salary. Well Whoop De Do for you, since most of you women to begin with are so very high maintenance, independent, very selfish, spoiled, greedy, picky, narcissists, and so very money hungry as well altogether.
Real Ladies which most women were in the past, and the very complete opposite of today altogether as well. MGTOW is excellent because it keeps all the sociopathic misogynists away from us normal women, well adjusted. There are two alternatives here: 1 you live in a place with lots of awful women, in which case you should definitively move!
Women having good jobs has absolutely nothing to do with how they view nice, kind, well adjusted men. In fact, women having financial freedom opens the door for us to date all sorts of men and not have to fight over the rich ones, which is great! Well lets face the real truth here, most women today have really changed for the worst of all now since Feminism has really caused this real mess to begin with unfortunately.
Most women are real feminists nowadays which they really are nothing but real men haters which makes it very sad how the women today have completely changed from the old days. And just saying good morning or hello to a woman that many of us men would really like to meet has really become so very risky for most of us now too.
And On Line dating is a real joke now as well. Women were treated like 2nd class citizens forever now they are over it. Well for your information not all of us men are like that you idiot. So stop blaming all of us, since you keeping meeting all the wrong men the way we keep meeting all the wrong women. Nope, nice try. So now the pool of eligible men has drastically shrunken. Most women are just obese today and very overweight, and not all that attractive either.
What a bunch of creepy guys. I suspect they are neither attracted to your sagging assets as you put it, Brenda — and lets face it, you are a depreciating asset and the years of your depreciation is exponential, and limited. Just too many very pathetic loser women everywhere today that will never ever be marriage material at all to begin with. A child has a greater chance of developing autism, schizophrenia, or other issues with an older father.
Too risky! Biggest load of rubbish I ever read. The truth is unless a guy is attractive and is rich he will have little to no chance of dating regardless of his age. The guys rejected in their 20s never forgive and forget and give up on dating and focus on career and earning money. MGTOW is the real and very safe way to go, especially with the kind of women that are everywhere today unfortunately.
I am just coming from a relationship with a 49 year old guy. Guess why that ended? He left me for an older, 40 something year old woman, even after having him talking about moving in together, having a kid which could only happen with a vasectomy reversal in his case, so that meant extra trouble for both of us. Why did I get with him in the first place? Would I have even dated him if that was not the case? Surely not. Secondly, even though he could have been my dad we had a lot of common interests.
But even then, age difference IS an issue in the real world; sometimes he would ask if I was comfortable being seen out with him never was , plus he was facing pressure from his friends and family to find someone that he had a future with, and stop wasting time with someone almost half his age. Did he really want to marry? Not really. And yes, younger women that date older guys are really suspicious of guys that are pushing 50 or are over 50 and have never had a family-there is something wrong with that, and that was the case with that guy too.
No one wants to be around men who have to pop pills to get into bed with you when you yourself are in a ripe age to enjoy sex and life in general. I thought it funny he would go self-tanning, or that he hid his presbyopia glasses from me and had trouble typing on his computer.
I think that this article or other entries of this sort are aimed to either guys who cannot get a woman, older or younger, or Trump-style degenerates. Long term relationships work better with people your own age, full stop. Age difference will make both sides unhappy in the long term. Glad I tried it to see what it is like, honestly. That was almost interesting to read if I was your therapist!
I dated a guy 13 years my junior I looked younger but was honest with him from the first moment. He had problems with the age gap, even though his friends supported it. And it was he who initiated it anyway. But if you read your article again, you see you contradict yourself. It is guys that want younger women. Guys are considered immature because of running from responsibility.
Last year I dateda guy one year my junior, he was 35 then. He talked about marriage and kids, and when things started to get serious, he said he felt too young. At 35!!!! Ther was one before, 30 when I was Yes, it seems only younger guys want to date me. He was all for moving together and have a baby.
But, like with the one after him, he bailed. I tried dating an older guy — and he was way more mature then my former boyfriends!!! Remain single and keep your money, anything else just becomes a walk in a mine field. Behold the sexual marketplace. Attraction and sexual market value operates mostly rationally when looked at objectively. Why are men before 30 less valuable?
Why are women over 40 less valued in the sexual marketplace? They are no longer young and supple, and less capable of reproducing. Men are just not worth it to us after this point. No sane person wants ESPN on No sane person wants to cook for and clean up after another grown person. No sane person will put up with the disgusting displays of immaturity men display at all ages.
No sane person thinks porn is harmless to relationships. Why would any woman past the age of 35 even entertain the idea of a man in their lives? Totally worthless. And I make my own money and pave my own path. And have been around the world and have a large savings. Go piss off, or play some video games or watch some porn. LOL, losers. I am beautiful and get hit on all the time. So maybe pull your head out of your ass and get a girlfriend FOR REAL and then see how she feels about your lazy, entitled immature ass.
I am just being honest. And the day I stop getting hit on I will rejoice. But I am getting better looking and the men keep on hitting on me, ugly, young, fat, old, does NOT matter. To baby you? To have to listen to your bs? Anyone who dates you would be better off just taking their own life. Yup, someone definatley hurt this girl, its probably hard enough finding a decent guy after age 35 since were attracted to younger women, when you add hating all men on top of that your pretty much guaranteed to repel men.
Why would a woman who does not want kids want to married or have a man in her life?!? Face it and deal with it. And then, if they get bored, they can divorce you, take your house, kids, get child support and alimony, while you will be living in 1 room apartment. Right now at 27 I only date girls 22 to I have been dating coach for number of years, and was looking into the topic and stumbled on your post. Over all you are correct, here is some more info and data.
There is actual research that indicated that for women 28 is optimal age. For guys its mid 30s. In-fact 20s for guys usually unhappiest time, 28 was found to one of the more unhappier age for men. Over the last 5 years we have seen steady growth in demand from female clients. Online dating has changed how we date, we have too much choice, which makes us picker, which makes both men and women go on more first dates but less second dates.
Scarier element is lack of approaching need from guys, since approaching develops guys social skills, such as risk taking , dealing with rejection its part of life, and its a good part, every guy should embrace it in their 20s and not shy away from it , leadership. Those traits are going undeveloped. These are biological traits that directly contribute to mans attractiveness to women subconsciously. A lot of dating is subconscious. This we have seen on the rise for number of years, but online dating was mostly for people over 25, with intro of tinder it has gained unprecedented pace.
Everyone is doing online dating. Tinder is gateway online dating drug, very easy to try. Scariest trend is something else. Which should be terrifying for women. Since as a woman if you are in your what ever age, you want yourself a guy who is your socio and educational equal. In 20s it is less apparent for a woman as they get approached more, in 30s it becomes a wide spread epidemic.
And the gap is growing yearly. I am glad a lot of your readers, try to be sweet. But in my professional opinion, somebody who worked with singles for many many years, college graduation rate will be the biggest factor in the future for dating unhappiness in women.
What surprising to me, is how little attention this data gets in the media. This will be one of the largest contributor to shift in our dating patterns in the next 10 years. If women think its tough now to find quality guy, they should wait few more years. I guess I am a different breed of women because I have never found an older man attractive. When a man is more than a year older then me i see them as a big brother or if more then 10 years older as a father type.
I love the spirit of younger men! The carefree, child like abandon, passion, playfulness, fun loving, adventurous seeking spirit. I have dated men older only by a year or two. Was married to a man 2 years old for many years.
The younger men do! But I am not a woman who seeks a man to support me as my father would. And I find that younger men are just as attracted to be. In my teens and now older men that hit on me just seem creepy. As a single man right now, i would certainly hate to grow old alone by myself. And looking for a good woman nowadays is very hard for me, and i would really hope that i will find that special woman for me since i hate being alone and having no one.
After I entered my 30s, I got a lot more offers since men in their 40s started becoming interested in me, and men in their 20s were still interested , and the offers were more serious. Men suddenly wanted to get married and have kids, which rarely happened in my 20s. It may have dropped slightly the last couple of years, but my dating life is still better now than when I was in my 20s.
About dating with a huge age difference: I prefer dating someone closer to my age. Usually I would consider a guy who is more than 5 years older than me too old. I have dated a guy 10 years older and I have dated one 10 years younger, but I have found that the age difference is just too big. Both in terms of looks the guys 10 years younger will remind me of my kid brother and the guy 10 years older will just have too many wrinkles! All of my friends feel the same way.
Women over 28 are repulsive. All men are the same. A 60 year old man has the same taste in women as an 18 year old man. Im 31 and I have an ex boyfriend who is 33 chasing me for years to be back with him. We broken up and got back together a few times, but he keeps coming back! I look alot younger than my age so it has its perks. To say that no man wants a women in her 30s is some bullish. Ive had more men look at me now than they did when I was in my early 20s.
I look better than I did then. No one knows my age unless I told them and they are in some shock. A 30 year old woman is still pretty young, she is still able to bare a good amount of children. What discusses me is the men who say these things about a woman over 30, makes me wonder if some are hidden pedophiles. You sound like one. You look less than You still are probably in good shape. This means you probably look These are the things men are physically attracted to.
However after 35, dating for women gets increasingly harder, where it gets easier for men. Men are coming into their own and have the means and confidence to date the women they desire with little issue. True to an extent. But that window is closing very quickly. From age 35, the fertility decline speeds up. By age 40, fertility has fallen by half.
Pregnancy and birth risks for older mothers The risks of pregnancy and birth complications — and caesarean section — increase with age. Complications include gestational diabetes, placenta praevia, and placenta abruption. Older women are more likely to have a baby with birth defects or genetic abnormalities. A woman over 35 is nearly 2. By age 40, she is more than five times more likely to have a stillbirth than a woman under For a woman aged 40 the risk of miscarriage is greater than the chance of a live birth.
I always love when women run out of arguments and start slinging insults. No one is talking about pedofillia here. We are talking about women from , which was you just a few years ago. Financial Samurai, in your personal opinion, do you find that dating is easier in your 20s or 30s? I tend to agree here. Its nice to come home to someone when I want to, stay out as late as I want and travel wherever, whenever. I am 22 and the oldest man I have dated was 15 yrs older then me.
Generally I do date older men simply because of that maturity perception. I have dated guys my age and it was horrible however with my last boyfriend- who was 15 yrs older then me- I realized however that boys will always be boys regardless of their age. I am not against men dating younger women obviously nor am I against women dating younger men. In my experiences dating someone older does have its advantages but there tends to be some sort of power imbalance, with the older much more experienced person in the relationship being at a slight advantage.
I remember that being one of the problems in my last relationship. Case in point, you are in Thailand lol A completely different culture and set of social values. My early years  were spent as most young guys spend it, looking for the next thrill per say. Is this little survey for everyone? Of course freakin not. So many folks like to blame men for only dating younger women, when it is the younger women who are chasing after older men!
Makes no sense! Older men who have never been in committed relationships are an exception since they can be more difficult in personality. As an adult, I found that younger men were not ready to settle down, and older men were. As a 35 yr old, if I really want it, I know I can get it. As a 25 yr old if I really wanted it, I knew the older guy next to me could get it. Haha… I could never date a younger man, I prefer older men — they know what they are talking about Seriously right!
Older men of the world, unite! The 35 year old has nothing on the 40 year old! I look at a single 35 year old male like I look at a resume with gaps the employment section…very cautiously!!!! In my opinion, there might be some economic advantage, but not enough to outweigh the other red flags.
Relationships are time consuming and involve much self sacrifice. He might like the idea of having a wife, but has no idea how that will affect his day to day activities. By the time someone is 35, he has spent his entire adult life focused on his needs, his activities, etc. He may not realize how much he may need to change his activities to obtain a successful relationship. I always think of this Jack Welsh story. Jack and his first wife had divorced.
He was introduced to Jane now a former wife. She was an atty who worked every weekend. They started dating and Jack wanted her to go away for the weekend. She did. On Saturday morning, when she awakened, she saw that Jack was leaving to go golfing…she was flabbergasted. She had to jump through hoops to get away and he was going golfing? The women are looking all sexy with a bear? A stuffed bear? Great article. The concept of marriage for a better future should be explored. When both parties are high income earners the combined households lowering expenses creating a financial powerhouse.
Other times the equation is different. He is two years younger than she is, and is remarkably mature for his age. I will never truly understand dating and mating psychology. I am just extremely thankful I found the love of my life at the young age of As men age, stuff stops working. My husband is 2. We got married at 27 and 29, and it was never an issue. I would imagine as you get older, the gap for women decreases.
If you are a 45 year old woman, is it really a big deal to date a 40 year old man? On the other hand, beyond the obvious, I always wondered why a 40 year old man would want to be with a 25 year old woman. I try not to think about my age. My significant other is quite a bit older than I am, so I guess we prove your theory. We were best friends for years before anything changed.. Though I can certainly agree with many of the points you made, Sam.
A friend just tried to set me up with a 47 yr old and he talked to me like I was his kid. Hmm, give older men a chance Kathryn! Could find a nice one, ya never know! This is hysterical. He scoffed at me. I met my husband when I was 19 and he was 24 — he thought I was around He would never have talked to me if he knew how young I was.
I think the immaturity of males is something that is ground into our society. When I was looking into preschools and admissions for regular schools for my son, it turns out that girls are accepted into programs on average 4 months earlier than boys are. For certain programs, girls are accepted at 20 months old while boys have to be For admissions to private schools, boys have to be born by the month of June, while girls have to be born by the month of Sept. Basically, boys are deemed more immature than girls from before they are born literally.
I will tell you a secret. He definitely knew you were 19 when he was first pursuing you! But, as ANY man can attest, pursuing a woman under 20 is hard to publicize, unless he himself is also Glad you are going to change things around!
But, your post made me nostalgic about my younger years. I think it has to do with your peer group. I was 34 when I got married and was the last of my friends to get married- so that felt like I was a bit behind the curve. Do you think this is still prevalent in America? Wow… go John! Getting the senior is solid! When she graduated, did you continue to have fun in college?
You make a good point about men getting rejected in their early years from older women and therefore avoid them as they get older. But, as men get older, I think society focuses so much on younger women just check out magazine covers! Thank goodness there are beautiful older women out there like Judi Dench and Helen Mirren to look up to!
Come on now! You serious? Shoot for the range. Some good ones there. There are tons of single women in all age ranges , and not so many single men in all age ranges. The men who are single always seemed to want a gorgeous super-model, which left me out.
I dress nicely, smile, have good personal hygiene, and am thin…. Ah well. One day maybe a good guy can see past my looks. You mean, you approached and asked for sex and they said no? Or you had sex and it was horrible or being around you is worse than being castrated despite awesome orgasms? This is fascinating.
On the weekends when we both do not work, we go out on dates and such. How do I tell my mom I'm in a relationship with a 30 year old? She also has a 9 year old daughter. Please do not think im some desperate teenager and she is some desperate 30 year old.
I have shown friends pictures of her, asking them 'hey how do old do you think this girl is? I tell them that she is 30 and they can't believe it. They support me being with her, probably because they think she is hot. She has been engaged, is a manager at a store, has her own house and car with no roommates.
The sex with her is amazing, she doesnt feel any different than someone my age and we bond so well together when we do it. She said I am the best she's ever been with and she swears up and down. Only 1 other person I have had such good sex with was someone I dated for a year and was 'in love' with. Every day we get closer and closer and things are getting extremely serious, I want her to meet my parents. How would I go about doing this? Reply With Quote.
Why do you have to tell your mom? Let them find out themselves when you introduce her to them. We're dating" Not you and your mother ofc, that'd be wrong if you and your mother were dating, so make it clear that you're dating Kelly. Last edited by mmocb78bc1c; at AM. Honestly, dont.. Because it wont last so whats the point. I sound like an ass, but I'm just being real here. I like juice. Originally Posted by Xanjori. I see no problems with this. When I was 20 I briefly dated a 42 year old.
You're both legal Have a ball. I'm somewhat surprised she hasn't asked where you go when you sleep around, regardless though, carefully obviously. She'll probably view it quite cautiously, but the fact you're still dating and going strong is a testament to the seriousness of which you both view the relationship. Broach the subject when you're both alone, and before you bring the partner over; That she has a kid adds an additional layer of difficulty though.
Originally Posted by Nixx. Just introduce her. Go through dinner or whatever you want to do to introduce her and don't bring her age up, but don't shy away from it if it does because if neither of you have an issue with it what any one else thinks doesn't matter.
I fail to see the problem, if you like her, and she likes you, both are over 18 and everything is concentual.
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I tell them that she is 30 and they can't believe it. They support me being with her, probably because they think she is hot. She has been engaged, is a manager at a store, has her own house and car with no roommates. The sex with her is amazing, she doesnt feel any different than someone my age and we bond so well together when we do it. She said I am the best she's ever been with and she swears up and down.
Only 1 other person I have had such good sex with was someone I dated for a year and was 'in love' with. Every day we get closer and closer and things are getting extremely serious, I want her to meet my parents. How would I go about doing this? Reply With Quote. Why do you have to tell your mom?
Let them find out themselves when you introduce her to them. We're dating" Not you and your mother ofc, that'd be wrong if you and your mother were dating, so make it clear that you're dating Kelly. Last edited by mmocb78bc1c; at AM. Honestly, dont.. Because it wont last so whats the point. I sound like an ass, but I'm just being real here.
I like juice. Originally Posted by Xanjori. I see no problems with this. When I was 20 I briefly dated a 42 year old. You're both legal Have a ball. I'm somewhat surprised she hasn't asked where you go when you sleep around, regardless though, carefully obviously. She'll probably view it quite cautiously, but the fact you're still dating and going strong is a testament to the seriousness of which you both view the relationship.
Broach the subject when you're both alone, and before you bring the partner over; That she has a kid adds an additional layer of difficulty though. Originally Posted by Nixx. Just introduce her. Go through dinner or whatever you want to do to introduce her and don't bring her age up, but don't shy away from it if it does because if neither of you have an issue with it what any one else thinks doesn't matter.
I fail to see the problem, if you like her, and she likes you, both are over 18 and everything is concentual. Go for it. Just introduce her, your mother will figure out quickly what is going on and decides whether or not she is ok with it. I would leave out the part about the kid though, that might freak the shit out of your parents.
Originally Posted by Damsbo. Originally Posted by Nevertrap. If ever there were a time to stop beating yourself up for being human, it is now. Verified by Psychology Today. Meet, Catch, and Keep. Posted May 02, Reviewed by Lybi Ma. What is the acceptable minimum age for a dating partner? When this question comes up in conversation, someone inevitably cites the half your age plus seven rule. This rule states that by dividing your own age by two and then adding seven you can find the socially acceptable minimum age of anyone you want to date.
With some quick math, the rule provides a minimum and maximum partner age based on your actual age that, if you choose to follow it, you can use to guide your dating decisions. The utility of this equation? It lets you chart acceptable age discrepancies that adjust over the years. But how legitimate is this rule? Does it match our scientific understanding of age-related preferences for dating?
Does it always apply? Should it ever? Researchers Buunk and colleagues asked men and women to identify the ages they would consider when evaluating someone for relationships of different levels of involvement. People reported distinct age preferences for marriage ; a serious relationship; falling in love; casual sex ; and sexual fantasies.
Based on the figures Buunk and colleagues provided and thus the numbers are only informed approximations , I replotted their data superimposing the max and min age ranges defined by the half-your-age-plus-7 rule. You can see that men are basically operating by the rule for minimum age preferences for marital relationships blue bars and serious dating relationships yellow bars.
Those age preferences consistently hover around the values denoted by the rule the black line. If anything, in practice, men are more conservative when it comes to preferred marriage, preferring a minimum age higher than the rule would say is OK. When it comes to sexual fantasies, however, men have minimum age preferences that are younger than the rule would designate appropriate.
For example, this sample of year-old men reports that it is acceptable to fantasize about women in their 20s, which the rule would say is unacceptable. But fantasies, of course, are not generally subject to public scrutiny and the rule is only designed to calculate what is socially acceptable in the public eye —so this discrepancy is not necessarily a failure of the rule. The rule overestimates the perceived acceptability of men becoming involved with older women.
Instead, men report maximum acceptable partner ages that hover around their own age through their 40s. After 40, maximum age preferences for most categories remain lower than their own age. Thus the rule for maximum age is fairly ineffective at capturing what men actually believe is acceptable. Case Study: George Clooney. He approached the line with two other partners but is well within the threshold in his marriage with Amal Alamuddin.
The minimum rule half-your-age-plus-seven seems to work for men, although the maximum rule falls short, failing to reflect empirical age-related preferences. In other words, while the rule states that year-old women can feel comfortable dating year-old men, this does not reflect the social preferences and standards of women. Women in their 40s think that approximately 35 or older is acceptable for marriage or a relationship.
The rule states that it is acceptable for year old women to date men who are up to 46 years old, but in reality, year-old women state that their max acceptable partner age would be less than 40 around Case Study: Demi Moore. By the time of their separation in , however, Kutcher, then 33 had crossed the minimum threshold Curious outsiders are quick to judge when they can see a wide age gap between two romantic partners.
Maybe this is why the rule is so appealing.
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