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Do you believe that age really matters in a relationship?

  1. mathslover profile image84
    mathsloverposted 7 years ago

    Do you believe that age really matters in a relationship?

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    miolunaposted 7 years ago

    If a man and a woman have same interests, care and love each other than age doesn't matter!

  3. subhasish roy profile image61
    subhasish royposted 7 years ago

    my friend,
    relationship has no permanent rule actually. what u find correct in a relationship today, tomorrow it may not be. it depends totally on the two persons related. does your partner bother about age? thats the question. the world may opine otherwise, but u are not related to the world. better you ask your partner this question. generally we say when mind is young, man is young.

  4. HannahRiley profile image57
    HannahRileyposted 7 years ago

    If you are truly in love, then I don't believe so. And only you can answer that question for yourself. I think that after someone is 20, then age isn't really that big of a deal. I have only dated people who are 2 years older than me, or my age though. So I don't have experience with older or younger men.

  5. jdomingo profile image61
    jdomingoposted 7 years ago

    Love knows no bounds from my understanding so I would say no...to an extent.  Like a previous answer anything after 20 on up should be fine 18 and younger you're treading on dangerous territory from both sides I would say after the age of 22 people have matured enough to know what they want.

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    jasper420posted 7 years ago

    Honstly I do I think people who date someone 10 years younger or 10 years older tend to fight more than thoose who date around there age group as far as moraly I dont judge I think that it too depends on the mautrtiy level of the younger party

  7. Reyna Urduja profile image70
    Reyna Urdujaposted 7 years ago

    "All is fair in Love and War."

    By this means, that both Love and War does not recognize age, culture, breed, color nor education. As that wise philosopher said, All is fair...equal. smile

  8. wingedcentaur profile image83
    wingedcentaurposted 7 years ago

    I do think its different depending on where the age difference lies -- that is: Is the man or woman the older party and by how much? Does this couple want to get married and have children? Do they just want to get married and not have (anymore?) children?

    If a man is ten years older than the woman, that's not so much. That's the age difference of my maternal grandparent. If its twenty.... there a difference between a forty year old man marrying a twenty year old girl (that's more than a generation's difference...); still that's different from a sixty year old man marrying a forty-year old woman (the woman is well into her maturity)....

    There's just so many factors involved, I think.