Asked By: Joshua Coleman Date: created: Mar 08 2021

Why would a man want an older woman

Answered By: Ethan Lee Date: created: Mar 09 2021

Why younger men are attracted to older women includes their experience, confidence, assertiveness, and maturity.

A few years younger than a woman will likely find her life experience to be intriguing; he wants to learn about her and her life experience..

Asked By: Jeremiah Barnes Date: created: Dec 03 2020

Do marriages with large age gaps last

Answered By: Benjamin Diaz Date: created: Dec 05 2020

The findings also suggest that marriages with large age gaps are less resilient in the face of economic hardship when compared to spouses who are similarly-aged. … Women are also particularly dissatisfied when they’re married to older husbands and particularly satisfied if they’re married to younger husbands.”

Asked By: Dylan Hernandez Date: created: Apr 03 2021

Do relationships with age gaps last

Answered By: Elijah Griffin Date: created: Apr 03 2021

Although a study on age preferences found that men and women are generally open to age gaps in their own future relationships, another study found that we’re less understanding when it comes to someone else’s relationship. … The results are much harsher when it comes to couples with an older woman and a younger man.

Asked By: Leonars Gonzales Date: created: Aug 15 2021

What age difference is illegal

Answered By: Sebastian Torres Date: created: Aug 15 2021

Federal law makes it criminal to engage in a sexual act with another person who is between the age of 12 and 16 if they are at least four years younger than you. Each state takes a different approach as the age of consent has ranged from 10 to 18.

Asked By: Herbert Diaz Date: created: Dec 07 2020

What is the biggest age gap in marriage

Answered By: Gerld Wood Date: created: Dec 10 2020

Man, 112, marries 17-year-old bride In what is thought to be the biggest age difference in the world a Somali man married his teenage bride despite a 95 YEAR gap. Ahmed Muhamed Dore, who already had 13 children by five wives, married Safia Abdulleh, when she was just 17-years-old.

Asked By: Reginald Gonzalez Date: created: Jul 26 2021

Is 10-year age gap OK for marriage

Answered By: Aaron Young Date: created: Jul 27 2021

Arranged marriage statistics suggest that the relationship no age-gap rule is set in stone, and people of different ages can have successful marriages as long as they are compatible and share a level of understanding. Studies have found partners with more than a 10-year age gap are often subject to social disapproval.

Asked By: Harry Patterson Date: created: Dec 10 2021

Does a 10-year age difference matter in a relationship

Answered By: Cole Stewart Date: created: Dec 11 2021

According to the research, which surveyed over 3,000 recently married and divorced Americans, as little as a five-year age gap increases the likelihood of divorce by 18%. That number jumps to 39% for a 10-year age gap and a whopping 95% increase for couples with a 20-year age difference.

Asked By: Gilbert Morgan Date: created: Sep 01 2021

What age do females become sexually active

Answered By: Ralph Martin Date: created: Sep 04 2021

02/818! According to experts, 18 is the right age for both men and women to become sexually active. While there are numerous theories which can suggest otherwise, we have found a very logical reason as to why experts believe 18 is the right age to start doing it.

Asked By: Alfred Young Date: created: Apr 14 2021

Does age difference affect siblings

Answered By: Noah Perry Date: created: Apr 15 2021

Scientists have found that the age gap between siblings affects their relationship with their sibling and parents. Children who are closer in age usually have a closer relationship, according to education.com. For one Fenton woman and her sister, that’s true.

Asked By: Jaden Robinson Date: created: Dec 04 2020

What age is best between children

Answered By: Harold Thomas Date: created: Dec 04 2020

Experts recommend waiting at least 18 months between pregnancies because it reduces the risk of your youngest child being preterm or low birthweight (especially if you’re over 35). You’ve got this.

Asked By: Joshua Bryant Date: created: Jun 23 2021

Does age difference matter in love

Answered By: Colin Foster Date: created: Jun 25 2021

Romantic couples with a large age gap often raise eyebrows. Studies have found partners with more than a ten-year gap in age experience social disapproval. But when it comes to our own relationships, both men and women prefer someone their own age, but are open to someone 10-15 years their junior or senior.

Asked By: Diego Martinez Date: created: Jul 08 2021

What is a good age gap for couples

Answered By: Devin Long Date: created: Jul 11 2021

The Ideal Age Gap in Relationships Couples with a zero to three-year age difference showed greater satisfaction than those with a four- to six-year gap. Likewise, couples with a four- to six-year gap showed greater satisfaction than those with a seven-plus year gap.

Asked By: Roger Hernandez Date: created: Jan 07 2021

Is age difference a big deal

Answered By: Jesse Bennett Date: created: Jan 07 2021

Most people don’t think age-gapped relationships are a big deal. A 2008 study found that couples only face societal disapproval when their age difference is over ten years—I’m in the clear! Woo! Even big age gaps tend to become less taboo as people get older, and it certainly matters at what age the couple met.

Asked By: Caleb Torres Date: created: Jan 03 2021

Is a 9 year age gap too much in a relationship

Answered By: Miles Barnes Date: created: Jan 03 2021

9 years certainly isn’t a small age gap, but it’s by no means the largest I’ve seen in a successful relationship. Relative age is just one factor of many that plays into the dynamics of a relationship. … So long as they’re both emotionally and legally adults an age gap doesn’t matter, 9 years or 39 years, whatever.

Asked By: Alejandro Simmons Date: created: Oct 30 2021

How much of an age gap is too much

Answered By: Dylan Sanchez Date: created: Oct 31 2021

This rule states that by dividing your own age by two and then adding seven you can find the socially acceptable minimum age of anyone you want to date. So if you’re a 24-year-old, you can feel free to be with anyone who is at least 19 (12 + 7) but not someone who is 18.

Asked By: Richard Jenkins Date: created: May 02 2021

Is age gap OK for 10 years

Answered By: Cole Cook Date: created: May 04 2021

A relationship age gap bigger than 10 years often comes with its own set of issues. “While there are always exceptions to rules, a good rule to remember is that dating someone more than 10 years older will present challenges now or later that add to the preexisting challenges any relationship has,” he says.

Asked By: Christopher Richardson Date: created: Apr 12 2021

Is 9 years a big age gap between siblings

Answered By: Henry Martin Date: created: Apr 14 2021

So yes, larger age gaps are not as common as smaller ones. But that doesn’t mean they are any less valid or ideal. Although you are somewhat less likely to meet a family with a 4 or 5 year gap—much less an 8 or 9 year gap—there are plenty of these families out there.

Asked By: Hunter Murphy Date: created: Aug 06 2021

Can someone over 18 sleep with someone under 18

Answered By: Nicholas Patterson Date: created: Aug 08 2021

There aren’t any laws around being in a non-sexual relationship where one person is under 18 and the other over. Once you turn 16 it’s not illegal for someone to have sex with you no matter how old they are.

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