As a preface, this person is Asian and obviously there are a lot of cultural no-nos for women to date people who are a lot younger than you as a woman.
The basic gist of the story - she's looking to get married within the next few years, and she's approaching 30 soon. However, we are a pretty good fit for each other sans age difference, and it's obviously an issue we'll have to deal with as time goes on. Socially, it's become a bit more acceptable than in earlier times, but still - very tough to say.
So, think she is like 1o years more mature than you, mentally.
Still not too bad, and you can be helpful to each other that way.
Instead of thinking about the absolut age, think about his/her age compared to yours.24/30? As a rule of thumb, use %:more than 25% age difference? Doesn't mean it's wrong, just not common practice.
They probably don't even notice the age difference.
She is a little wiser, you are a little more energetic.
Actor Hugh Jackman has been married to Deborra-Lee Furness for 17 years. A recent article in magazine looked at a handful of real-life May-December romances, focusing mainly on those between older women and younger men.Though men have been enjoying May-December romances forever, women haven’t been afforded the same freedom necessarily.Culturally, the older woman/younger man dynamic is perceived as an oddity, or a fluke.Been together for a few years and get very along well. We enjoy same activities and are both physically active. I have read other threads about older woman/younger man relationships, but those usually focus on age gaps of 10 years or so.We both have good jobs and make about the same money. She is a little overweight and added some pounds since we met. I am in the in-between zone where we really don't feel a huge difference now. I gaze over at younger women, but I feel like this is something that all men must cope with when they settle down, regardless of their wife's age.