The fact that you are asking strangers for permission or affirmation is revealing however, I am not one to judge. I do not know your economic background or personal history. If you were my daughter I would say no way.
Perhaps he may be able to help you through life. It would simply be a mutually beneficial arrangement.
You might run into problems when you
Your interests and point of view on
life could change as you mature, not
that you aren't mature now, but love
and what people think love is often
I think it would be important to step
away from how your heart feels and look
at some of the realistic factors that
could easily happen.
Chances are you will be widowed,and the
rate of divorce is high with people
that have such a broad range of age
Also, would you be ready to take care of
your man when you were in your 40's and
50's?? He will be in his 70's and 80's.
Of course, your relationship could work.
There are celebrities that marry ones
they love a lot younger or older.
Billy Joel pops into my mind.
However, I would urge you to look at
the future and what lies ahead before you
jump into any decisions!
I'm in love with somebody who is 35 years old than me. If you asked me "Could I fall in love with someone 35 years older than me" before, I'd say NO, but now I know love has no boundaries...My advice, if you're in love, make all possible to keep it., if you don't love him, don't waste your time..Trust me time goes so fast..So try to find that special someone and enjoy your life...
Yeh, I bet it's because he has a shit load of money he's willing to leave behind for you, you vulture.
Hi i'm Rami i'm 29 and studying [ mcse-ccnp] Communication Engineer i like reading love story ,drawing swimming doing sometimes bodybuilding and writing short poems i love all the people nobody different all the people like each other
i'd like to meet a lovely girl to be my girlfriend who has a good style and lovely extrovert with kind heart and with true love
put it this way...youll have alot of money one day...but if your in love with him youll also be very lonely...not to mention youll becone a care giver in your prime and my have to adopt/be left to raise kids n your own...
tallclassy69 write: Hi, Thanks for this topic. I would not marry anyone I dont love 100%. If you are able to fall in love with an older man, then go ahead. However, people will still think you married him to gain economically. I would recommend you to live with an older for 2-3 years as if you are married to him to see if that relationship really works for both of you.
I'm curious what that shiny, sticky material is that's splattered on your face in your pic. Is it what I think it is...?
Sorry Tallclassy69 if i show up as having looked at your profile, I couldn't resist i had to see what that shiny, sticky material is...lmao
Thanks for this topic. I would not marry anyone I dont love 100%. If you are able to fall in love with an older man, then go ahead. However, people will still think you married him to gain economically. I would recommend you to live with an older for 2-3 years as if you are married to him to see if that relationship really works for both of you.
I understand why men want a younger gals....and thats fine to a certain level. But I think there comes a threshold point of "respectability" among colleagues, peers, and friends.
When it goes a bit far.....(age gap gets wider)....people are judgmental, society is judgmental.
Just have to wish you the best of luck and hope that you dont lose respect from everyone in general (your peers, colleagues, friends and family). Because unless you (young lady) are some sort of prodigy who can stand on your own feet, I hope you can handle the "whispers" in the room and out of the room when you two are out and about.