When you realize that they were partying and graduating high school while you were still mastering the art of finger-painting... -It's harder to relate about the past (you both grew up in a different decade) -Sometimes (but not always) it's just about sex for the other person.
If you're like 19 and the other person is 29, I'd skip it.
My ex sister in law is just a day younger than me, 42 years old. It seems to work for them and they've been married for about 10 years now and are perfectly happy.
I think as it was his second marriage, there was some resistance from the adult children initially but that might have been based in concern for their father as he's very successful in his field.
I guess it was because I'd heard two or three stories of the woman being seven years older, so I'd sort of decided that was the outer limit of age difference acceptability. (And I would hit 31 a month before his next birthday.) Feeling defeated, I sat at the small wooden table in Starbucks, where I was meeting Kevin for the first time since my startling discovery. In case you're wondering, I married that guy eight months later.
I don't know why this one year made such a difference to me.
Age disparity in sexual relationships is the difference in ages of individuals in sexual relationships.
Concepts of these relationships, including what defines an age disparity, have developed over time and vary among societies.
-Sometimes you're both at different points in your life (one of you may be ready for marriage, the other ready to party) -Ten years isn't huge now, but later on it makes a difference.
They'll get older and have problems before you do... In the end, as long as nothing illegal is going on, what works..
" While it's fairly common for a woman to marry an older man, the reverse isn't as much of a social norm. Travis and Leah, who have been married close to 20 years, met while attending the same six-week missions organization training.