The heart wants what the heart wants, and sometimes that means dating someone who is, ahem, a younger man. Sure, age-gap relationships are becoming more of a thing, but there are always those people who will do double takes at dinner or family members who say nothing but raise their eyebrows when they hear about your new boo. At the end of the day, who you choose to date—and why—is your decision. Clueless when it comes to modern dating? Everyone is—but you don't have to be Just get that straight before jumping into the youthful or any, really dating pool.
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Q: I'm 63 years old and have been divorced for 19 years. I have met several women over the years, some were very special relationships but never lasted. My question is: How young is too young for a man in a new relationship? I have met a sweet and devoted young lady, and we share many values and interests together.
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By Christine Fitzgerald. This post originally appeared on xoJane. I'm I've been through two unsuccessful marriages. I drive a red Camaro.
When I met my boyfriend Jesse, I was 28 and he was 24 — not too much of a dating age difference in the grand scheme of things, but to hear some of my friends at the time tell it, you'd think we were Harold and Maude — or at the very least, Ashton and Demi. In the early days of our relationship, I got a lot of a lot of exasperated eyerolls, "you go, girl"s, and questions about whether I was technically old enough to be a cougar. I also had a lot of friends who couldn't believe how dumb I was — didn't I remember how difficult it was to get a guy to commit at age 24? Why would I want to go through that again? Of course, I didn't "go through that again," and five years into our relationship, no one really cares about how old either of us are.