senoritazhao Post time 2017-4-27 16:23:15

Would you marry someone 8~10 years older than you?

This post was edited by senoritazhao at 2017-4-29 09:30

The older you are when you begin  a relationship with someone 8–10 years older the less important the age difference will matter. If say, you’re 18 and start dating a 27 y/o, you may find some difficulties like social acceptance, sexually relating and possible even life goals. But if you’re 42 and you date a 51 y/o you may notice no difference or problems at all.

parcher Post time 2017-4-27 18:22:35

8-10 yrs is nothing at all
20 yrs difference is also nothing as long as you're 30 and you're partner is 50 or 40 - 60

1584austin Post time 2017-4-27 19:15:12

There aren't many women left that are 10 years older than me:lol

seneca Post time 2017-4-27 19:52:11

HailChina! Post time 2017-4-27 20:09:18

DMZappa Post time 2017-4-27 23:13:22

I had a young wife for ten years. It was more like raising or teaching a daughter. No thanks.
My Chinese "leftover wife" (53 years old) is wonderful and is a fine women.
Only problem is I have spoiled her but I love to.

dusty1 Post time 2017-4-28 05:10:21

parcher Post time: 2017-4-27 18:22 static/image/common/back.gif
8-10 yrs is nothing at all
20 yrs difference is also nothing as long as you're 30 and you're partne ...

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