At what age would you consider a twenty year age gap not a good choice for marriage?
Age is immaterial....whats in the mind is foremost and the apparent age of the persons involved
If the older of the two is less than 40. 21 and 1 would be very bad. I can see 40 and 20.
twenty year age gap is too much to think about marriage. earlier in eighties it was possible, but, naw the compatibility between partners are much more forward due to generation growth. two or three years max to four years diffrence should do good for marriage.
Thats about near the same age gap between me and my parents don't think I'd bring anybody that age, home to mom n dad.
Yes age is just a number and money is important but what about love? Is it ageless?
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