What's more important is how happy you make each other feel. But nonetheless, it was the loveliest encounter. If you are for example 26 and your man is 47 I still don't see where you would be qualified to speak on the pitfalls or problems that beset a couples with a 20++ age gap. . Her parents were very accepting of the relationship because we didn't just jump in the deep end.
But like I said, just be mindful, take things slowly, and if you later find that things aren't going to work out, then at least you'll know and won't be left wondering what might have been? I'm excited to see what life holds for the both of us…together! If it's equal in give and take. These experiences may or may not help determine whether or not your relationship with an older man is going to be successful or not. He is established and knows what he wants. Also he has a girlfriend…I know i know this is an awful admission but sometimes i just have to tell someone. Its hard at times because we were raised in two different times but we make it work. Last year our mutual friends took us on a double date, and we have been dating for a year now. Naturally, men become consumed with work and being able to maintain a standard of living, and it can be stressful.
I soon met a locally known man and we are now together — I 29, he 66. He got alzheimer's while we were in school and past away a year later. Once a girl hits that 25ish age she has lost her little girl looks and thats really what men want. Talk to him, listen to him, share ideas. Joy, If the guy only goes for young women, he's not seeing you as an option because you're not young. I love him, but because of our age difference and that fact that I'm not interested in being a stepmother to his girls, I don't think we'll ever get married… not to say we won't be together for a long time, because this is the best relationship I've been in. Sorry its just the crazy world we live in.
What matters is how you feel about eachother. I only dated two guys before him one was a young love the other was a 6 year relationship. A few last parting thoughts from 40-soemting women. Whether a relationship works has nothing to do with age but everything to do with love, attitude and aspirations. My boyfriend is 27 years older than me and our relationship is the best I've had.
I am lonely despite having a healthy circle of friends and family. Last time he came i couldn't pretend anymore i told him i don't love him anymore and I'm not interested in any marriage with him he treathen to block my passport, to harm me , e. I would get frisky with him and see how he respnds. Sexually, youth is appealing to everyone - including women. Anonymous This article was so inspiring! I suppose if I was 20 or 30 something, it would be kind of interesting.
She is bright, attractive, sexy and has the most wonderful personality, I can't help but respond in a positive way but I am so concerned that if things went any further she would dedicate the best years of her life to a person who will probably not be around in another 20yrs time when she is only 53. Consider all the angles of it and not just the first 6 months of it and if it still appeals to you then why not? My mother is 4 years older than him and she knows his age, and she understands me. My dad is in his 60's and as much as it grosses me out to hear about it, he is a beast sexually and don't take anything for it. I am devastated since I am so young and have so more life still in me. If the relationship isn't one sided.
I have true, unconditional love for this person and it is so hard on my heart to keep it to myself. You are still maturing at this point and getting experience of the world. I am 28 with a 63 year old who treats me very amazing met him after my husband died , very very good sex ,he also is very caring because he ensure that I have everything,give me financial advice so I can have my own business like him. I hope he finds me attractive as far as my body goes. I currently am 2 days short of being 23. Finally, it is easier for younger girls to relate to them.
I'm 22, my boyfriend is 37, and he has two daughter, 11 and 13. Older women will always hate May-December relationships because the older women thinks that she can no longer compete against a younger women. There are biological as well as psychological reasons for this. Please let me clarify that this is not just about sex from either side. You know, due to the child thing. My other source that I did mentioned comes from the Bible. What some young women who are in their 20's fail to realize is that if they are dating a man who is 20-35 yrs.
So, after grappling with my own insecurities and the societal taboos, there were also the judgments of friends and family. If she were to marry a man the same age or slightly younger, they both would be starting out together and would lead a life of struggle initially—at least before they can plant their feet firmly in their respective careers. There is also a part in me that want to tell him. You should do your own investigation and find out more about the man you intend to move in with. His charm made me fell for him and I use to wonder why he had to be this old. I tend to worry about things I have no control over, but I am going to give this a shot with him. By nature woman is hypergamous, tend to marry upward, and monogamous.
But also spend time apart so that each of you can do the things the other doesn't like on your own. I am a little bit crazy about a man who is precisely 40 years my senior. He just said that he wants to be closer. Is he happily married with a wife and children and just enjoys having a bit of fun with a young lady who is showing him attention? The struggles in life that we experienced together, not only strengthened our love for eachother, but also broadened my relationship with her parents, and her with mine. We spent every weekend and most evenings together- he even took care of me for a couple of weeks after I had surgery. Im 20 the guy ive started to see is 45 as of a couple days ago.