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at the point i'm at, basis for compatibility trumps most other variables (within reason) and thus i don't have a drawn line on an age. i've drawn that line already, and then made an exception for one. created a new line, and made an exception, and so on.
i've learned that every time i create a hard line about something that arbitrary, i am made to be a liar, so i've stopped.
i'm looking for an emotional, intellectual, spiritual equal and co-adventurer, who is heading in the same direction as i am. if there is one thing i've seen over and over in my life, it's that age is no better predictor of youth or maturity than scholastic grades are of intelligence.
the last guy who was "too old for me" was about 8 years younger than me, and seemed to have more in common with his recliner than he did with me.
could be conditioning. a lot of guys seem to define themselves by their work.
honestly, it's one of the last questions i would ask, because i really don't care that much. as long as he's happy, employed and secure with his choice (or at least content in the path he's on, and working towards his goals), i'm cool with that.
while i'll certainly be interested in what he shares about his life (including his work) i can think of 100 questions i'd rather ask than "what do you do for work?".
My preferences to respect my father are MY preferences. Nobody said anyone had to like them. Yes, when I first came on to CC, I used to like someone who was in his mid-30s. But my preferences have changed since then. I value my relationship with my father more than any relationship outside of God that I can have and I intend on keeping it that way.
A friend of mine her husband is 10 years younger than she is. When they married I think she was 32 and he was 22, they started dating when he was 18 and she was 28 or 29. They met had a lot in common and fell in love, now they've been married for 13 years and have two kids.
I remember when she first thought she might have feelings for him and was nervous about the age difference, I told her I thought he was a really nice person and what the heck give it a chance. She did and it worked, thank goodness.
yes, i find lots of symbolism in barbed wire. strange perhaps, but very true.
nope. i'm not on a dating site nor have any personal ad to speak of. but i've spent plenty of time figuring out who i am and some semblance of who i am (and am not) looking for, so the words come rather easy. : )
I like to keep the boundaries on my decade. I was born in the 80's...so any guy born in the 80's is fair game. However, God has a plan, and He might introduce me to someone who is outside this limit. I'm okay with it, but again, ideally I'd like the person to be from the 80's.
I think my problem with the 90's is that I remember 1991-and so on. It would be weird. He would have been in diapers, while I was busy watching Rocko's Modern Life.
Depends on the guy and depends on the woman, I feel. If you look at the Old Testament, there were sometimes big differences between the age of both. I feel it really comes down to (1) do both people love each other and (2) would God approve. If they each other then I can't see God disapproving.....
Finding a lifetime mate is very difficult in this millennium. My sister married a guy who is almost 17 years older than she is and her friends ridiculed her. To make a long story every one of her friends who did ridiculed her 39 years ago never married and raised a bunch of illegitimate children. My sister will be celebrating her 39th year of marriage this summer.