I'm confused are you 20yrs. old and his is 50yrs. old or are you 30yrs. old and he is 60yrs. old ? I want to answer your question based on how you answer mine, it would be most helpful for all the ask community that want to give you a good solid answer ok and thanks for responding in advance. I just checked your profile and you look young, every thing that glitters isn't gold dear heart stay close to your age group ok don't get used for your butty and your beauty.
30 years? That's a lot. What could you two possibly have in common? I could guess I suppose. You are young, attractive arm candy for him, and he's old, wrinkled, with nose hairs and arthritis. So what could it be that you see in him? Hmmm.... Could it be his money and the cute way he spends it on you? Yeah that's what I thought. Look, you should end this game and look for someone closer to your own age. The only women I've ever known to do this are after the money or have daddy issues, or both. So take the time and figure out what it is your after in a man and look for one that was born in your generation.
When I was 27, I dated a man that was 40. He was fabulous. I was mature for my age, and we got along like the perfect couple. Problem was: He'd already experienced things I had not. He did't want to go back and I did't want to skip over. If you choose to stay with this person, it will not work. At some point, you will resent him for the choices you make.
If you two ACTUALLY love each other, then the 30 year age difference isn't a problem for you guys because love doesn't have any restrictions. However, if your young, he's old so there are things he may want to do to you that you don't want to. But if you love him and he loves you, then I'm happy for you ^_^ Just be careful!
If your feelings for him are true then do not listen to what others say. People will say what they want and point fingers. My best friends mom was 35 years younger then her husband. They had a great marriage but due to age gap he naturally died first.
I am 27 and dating a man that is 49...20year old diffrence. Really strange but things seem to be going great! But sometimes I keep thinking wtf am I doing.. Gosh what if my parents dont approve... I dunno what to do sometimes, but guess if the feelings are there age doesnt matter right?!!!
• Older man and younger woman is acceptable. 20 years should be limit. 30 years difference is too much. Allow me to elaborate.
• There are sad endings and happy endings for man 30 years older than wife. Happy is when he is physically active and healthy and exercises a lot, and looks like a strong and sexy old man. E.g. Clint Eastwood or Sean Connery, Sylvester Stallone, Mickey Rourke, Richard Branson.
• Sad is when he becomes sick and infirm, and younger wife has to work and take care of him AND children. Man will feel guilty and incapable, woman will feel helpless watching her man grow older/start dying. (Not all people age well and gracefully or take care of themselves.)
• Man 30 years older than woman, at most a temporary love affair that lasts a few years is very possible. Marriage is highly not recommended.
9 months ago
Last edited at 1:31AM on 6/2/2013
My wife is 34 years younger than I. I have known her socially for about a decade (I'm friends and colleagues with her parents), and the love between us blossomed happily within the last year. We are unusually well-matched in temperament; our views on politics and social issues are near-identical; we enjoy the same sorts of literature, movies and music; and, yes, we have a glorious sex life. We are resigned to the fact that I will likely die first, and we're therefore determined to make the most of the time we're fortunate enough to spend together. My health is, and always has been, excellent, and I'm hopeful that the long lifespans that both of my parents enjoyed will be inherited by me. Being in love with the right person is like nothing else. The years simply don't matter a whit.
As to those who judge our relationship solely or primarily on the age difference, we couldn't care less about their opinions.
For a look at a like relationship, have a go at the following: