To be honest I think this gab is way too big. I am trying to convince him since about one year but am not very successful. And I am slightly worried. My mother although relatively healthy herself, now feels the old bones creaking with arthritis, really wants to relax now, but finds herself continuously having to take care of my father in his relatively advanced age. Eight years is just too big of a difference. We were pregnant on accident a month after we got engaged in 2012, but our baby ended up having something called Anencephaly which is 100% fatal, we are now trying again for a baby.
But everything feels perfect whenever we are together. Sure there are some, but they are rare, and truth be told, most men can spot them a mile away. What might surprise you is that if he seems like a sweet guy, he is likely doing the same thing. By holding them accountable for acting like scoundrels. Men with younger wives statistically live longer, but women with younger husbands have a shorter life expectancy, which goes against the normal trend of wives outliving their husbands.
We always have plans for the month ahead, and he spends most of his time not working with me. Marriage and relationships are always a risk but you are simply making the odds less and less in your favor when you go for younger men. Funny enough he came to do some maintenance work with another guy at the place I used to live. I am trying to figure how all this could work? Refuses to let me give it up. I would love some advice…or some perspective. His oldest is just a few years younger than I am.
I, for example, fell in love with someone who is 33 years old, so twice as old as me. My family however is not supportive in the least. Two sides to every story. Whatever you end up doing, I wish you the best. But the truth is also that most men behaved to protect their reputations. So women should first know what they want, and then talk openly with the man.
I know I can never pick anyone over family. Or I am just some utter frustration, I believe am not that at all for I am consider myself to be lovely inside and out but most men and women tell me where I live that most men are not accepting… I do see a pattern with him and my exes though, they all had baggage and needed someone to help them be a better person. After we started dating he told me that he was always afraid to ask me out, because of our age difference. Ever gave that a thought? So many guys do need help. I will have him though! And its actually kinda funny for alot of men tell me that… Please help me, for I give great advice to others but when it comes to myself… I am unreachable, I always follow my heart… and I know where that gets me… I am not rushing into anything for it takes years for a relationship to work and then to be lovers and more. It's worth bearing in mind that these statistics simply try to identify and analyze relationship patterns—not create them. We are still going strong after being together for almosg two years already.
Reality is, not everyone agrees with age difference. What were we doing…what was it all about, where did I see it going. I already have four grown up children. Save for my first boyfriend, who was just two years older than me, the men I've dated and clicked with have generally been anywhere from six to twenty years my senior. We give each other lots of love , respect and share the same views about life in general. Thanks for listening, and good luck to you all. If you let insignificant things rule you, you may never find true happiness and marital bliss.
My question is do you think 13 years is too much of an age gap? I also have learned so much from him. If you really love him and he loves you, give him some space and time. Some are more mature than others. All i have to do is walk up to one and start talking basically. She claims she loves me but the difference is too much. We are on love but have keapt out relationship and feeling for eachother a secret from others.
Yeah, his kids will be thrilled to learn that he was cheating on their mother. If we haven't had children by the time I am 33, he might be ok with being a 71+ year old father at our child's 21st, but I am not ok with that. Age does matter in relationships, and anyone that tells you otherwise is either in high school and has a crush on one of their teachers, is a Miley Cyrus fan, or worships Hugh Heffner. We have decided to go public, among family and friends as well, so far so good. For before talking to him I was very dismissive and resentful with men for my ex broke my heart badly but he changed that. Have you ever felt that? He is very mature for his age. This brings me to my next myth.
I think your husband is using you for sex, and that you would be happier if you left him. My kids think he will die before me, but young people of 40 get killed by drunk drivers or heart attacks we all have a chance to die today regardless of age… hell be 90 when i am 70 if we either make it that far… we both are healthy. For one there were very few women available, and fewer still who were attractive, and of those very few almost all — as their baseline disposition — were bitter and angry. Questions on marriage and starting a family. He is very good to me. It bothers me my kids not knowing her and her only not wanting to meet mine.
Even though he has told me he can. However it is devastating that why do i have to see it. Now we are living together. But so can future goals, background, culture, family, career, personality, and sexual chemistry. We're accepting reality exactly for what it is: an ever-changing, unknown series of events that certainly isn't based solely by a birth date. Oh sure, he likely has a sob story about how unhappy he is. The first time I found out I asked him to stop.