15 year age gap dating
Being afraid that your younger half may leave is likely to aid in deterioration of your marriage.
I've only had one boyfriend who was a year younger than me. Anyhow, the reason why I'm posting it here is the following: last month my mom found out that a daughter of one of her friends was marrying a man 15 years her senior. Still, what do you think is the cut-off point in age differences? I am exactly 20 years older than my partner, same birthday.Most studies show that the husband being older has no effect on the divorce rate.No, your mom sounds like an opinionated suburban idiot who thinks that anyone who doesn't follow the same exact mediocre life plan as everyone else she knows is "ruining her life".He was amazing and so much more sophisticated than boys in my university group. Most often in married couples a man is older than a woman.Many pairs continue a relationship that started back in high school, thus their difference will be smaller.In many ways the age difference adds to the relationship, because it can broaden our respective points of view.
I just looked through some websites with statistics about the influence of age differences on divorce statistics.
My mom said that she's making a huge mistake and that he's way too old for her. She did however say that the fianc looks about 32 and that when you see them together you don't see a big age difference between them. So, we've discussed it a few times and my mom basically says that this girl is ruining her life.
We've been together over 25 years, with no end in sight.
So she could no longer share her life with him, or have an interesting conversation with her partner.
It was sad, and it might well be easier if you age together. People change, people get sick, people stop loving one another, regardless of age difference.
She married a contractor and was happy - and still in love with me - until her premature death. My uncle's second wife was actually slightly younger than his eldest child- he had her at 18 (oops).