Ever liked a girl, but she happens to be a few years younger? Feel afraid that you'd be judged for dating her? By approaching the situation intelligently, you can make it work.
But the heart wants what the heart wants, and at some point in your life, you might find yourself with a partner who is significantly older or younger than you. Nothing is guaranteed obviously, and a relationship is more about compatibility than a birthday. But as long as you can be open about your issues with the relationship, it should all end happily ever after maybe.
As long as its not dipping down into the Pedophilia, its cool. Geneally though it makes more since for a 30 yr old to go out with a 25 yr old. Dont know why, but age gaps meanless the older you get.
People who have been in relationships with someone who was more than a few years older or younger than they are will probably tell you that, while age is technically just a number, sometimes it says a lot about someone and their life circumstances. And while relationships with age gaps can and certainly do succeed it's important to keep your eyes peeled for red flags when dating someone younger during the early stages of seeing this person. At this point, it should go without saying that, while someone's age may imply something about their level of maturity, at the end of the day, maturity and age can be at shocking odds with one another.
Hey she's legal right? Just kidding even though that is very important. It is about maturity level.
I have secretly spending time with a man friend who is 48 and I'm I have only had bad relationships with men closer to my age. The whole thing between us just kind of happened.
Opening up one of my magazines yesterday, I flipped through to the advice section and began to scan the questions to see what issues the columnist was tackling this month. I read it, the columnist gave good advice, and I moved on. Few media portrayals, save Modern Family perhaps, show this type of relationship in a positive light.
Click here. Men, how do you feel about dating a woman 5 years or more younger than you? Some background on my situation: I'm 20, but more "mature" for my age -- I'm a recent college grad with my Bachelor's, working 9 to 5, living on my own and making a comfortable living. He's 27, just about to graduate university after a hiatus caused by a crazy adventurous life.