Is ageism still a big part of the decision making in choosing who to date?
Are we less ageist than ever now ?
I'd say yes and no. Some people are now more open-minded when it comes to a larger age gap between the man and woman. My personal choice would be to date someone within about five years on either side of my age because I think we'd have more in common to talk about.
by HisAlone6 years ago
Does God want to be a part of our everyday decision making?Not every decision is a "big" decision. Are there some issues/problems/questions He expects us to figure out ourselves?
by LensMan9994 years ago
Why are people afraid of making mistakes?It is said that we learn from our mistakes. So why to be afraid of making a mistake?
by Annie6 months ago
Would you date a man who is over 40 years old who's still living at home with his mother.?
by Iamsam5 years ago
How has anger affected your decision making in the past?
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