To engage with an older guy is to peek inside a different point-of-view on life.
So, now that I've glorified older men enough (don't worry, young, 20-something lads, your day will come…
And that means I can date a woman who is 16." From where did this ridiculous rule come?
You can date someone as young as half your age plus seven years? It's no wonder that so many women feel that men their own age are too immature.
Since you are 18 years old, you are allowed to date a woman half your age plus seven." Son looked at him and said, "Alright, Dad.
You're 50, so that means you can date a woman who is 32.
So I recently graduated college and found myself in a pretty serious relationship with a 35 year old woman.
Things seem to be going really great as both of our personalities and beliefs mesh super well and she is definitely someone that I can totally trust to always support me.
Based upon this rule, the only time that a man can date a woman his own age is when he's 14 years old (because half of 14 is seven, and seven plus seven is 14).
You know those girls who refuse to date anyone younger than they are, much less anyone their own age? ) And I obviously have the matching theory as to why to go along with it (naturally, it involves being the younger sister).
They have a specific, thought-out reasoning as to why they're only romantically compatible with guys who are older… Throughout my entire love life — or whatever you want to call what has been 23 years of going through men, some for longer than others — I have never so much as lusted after any guy who is younger than I am. Without going too much into my dating career, the main factor in all of my relationships — significant or otherwise — has always been the man's age.
What I am concerned about is the fact that when i'm 48 she'll be 60, and when im 68 she'll be 80.
A part of me would like to believe that if I'm in love with her that would not be a problem.