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You can’t help who you fall in love with, and you certainly can’t control certain factors like how old the person is. You can ask him to change the way he dresses, who he spends time with, or even what he does for a living but you can’t alter somebody’s age. Too often do two individuals of vastly different ages fall for each other, and turn a blind eye to the inevitable problems that age gap will bring. Age is not just a number—sorry. Age tends to signify certain milestones and changes that have…or haven’t…happened. And, sometimes, two people standing on different sides of those milestones can have a hard time building a life together. Even if someone of a certain age isn’t at the typical life stage for his age, that should raise some alarm. What went wrong? So, here are times age difference is a factor, and times it isn’t.


Early 20s and late 20s is easy

If you’re a woman in your early twenties and you meet a man in his late twenties, you could have a pretty easy time getting this relationship off the ground. Though I have stated that men are most prime to meet the one around their mid thirties, I’ll say that the early 20s (female) to late 20s (male) is a good pairing simply because women mature much quicker than men. A woman in her early 20s probably already knows how to be a good, devoted partner. A man in his early twenties does not know how to do that—but a may pushing 30 may be ready to be faithful and stop partying too much.

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