I know I would have been delighted to be asked out by a 32 year old woman when I was 22.
It would have worried my parents if it got serious, but I would have been able to convince them eventually.
- I turned 22 in January - He is currently 18...19 in August i certainly wouldn't want to date a guy who's 26. I'm attracted to him and he seems nice but I said no because of the age difference.
Do you think there's a noticeable age different of any sort?
On the other hand, a difference that large and both of you being relatively young..could definately cause relationship problems.
In my experience women change drastically around age 22-25. This was a mistake and we really only went out once or twice.
so, 32/2 = 16 and 16 7 = 23 so she's too young for you. I was initially concerned about the age difference but it has rarely been an issue. Originally posted by dropzone Using Sua Sponte's Rule of Seven (and he's a lawyer so you KNOW it's true) you figure out if a person is old enough for you by taking your age, dividing it by two, and adding seven. I guess that would violate the divide age by 2 and add 7 rule. Younger women is a topic I haven’t discussed here in a while. If you’re much younger than 30 you’re welcome to read on if you’re curious, since this is something that will be affecting you in a few years. ), younger women have become such a normal and regular part of my life, I no longer consider it something unique or interesting enough to talk about. Since we’re talking about much younger women here, this article is really geared towards men over age 30 or so.If all your dates are 10 years younger than you, there's maybe more going on, but if this girl does it for you, and she doesn't live with her parents ( ), go for it. Just that you don't remember the same Saturday morning cartoons (except the various Bugs Bunny shows of course). If the maturity levels are too far apart, well, you'll find out on the date. My sis at the tender age of 18 married a 35 yr old. The worst that can happen is she'll giggle and say somethin like "oh my heck! A quick question, how would you feel if the age difference was the other way round? The fact that they are divorcing has nothing to do with that (well a little bit but not pertinent to this discussion). If you do be ready for a major difference in maturity levels. But whether it works out or not, you can gain valuable experience from every relationship. Don't worry that small-minded busybodies will think it's creepy, it's none of their business anyway. I say: "Go for it." Life is hard enough without these ridiculous arbitrary restrictions on love.