Here are four problems you'll likely run into if you break the 8-year rule: I once went out with a woman who was under the impression that Lauryn Hill was made famous by being in "Sister Act 2."Now, there are a few reactions you can have to this.One is, “Well, it a good movie.” Two is, “God, people already forgot about The Fugees, huh? ” If your answer is either two or three, then we're on the same page.I suggest that age isn’t nearly as important as an interpersonal connection when it comes to dating.
(im reminded of the scientist from the simpsons, lol) You look at them... This formula is of no value unless you are dating a math teacher. According to your calculation the ratio of our ages at that time was fine.
Personal decisions should be just that personal - for no one to point fingers at.
If you are in love it is your choice who you fall in love with. LOLI am 27 My fiance is 40 Age is but a number - Ive never met a better man in my life and if i would have limited myself to age I would have missed out on the best thing to ever happen to me and my girls ..
If that's not an easy conversation opener, I truly don't know what is.)But after all sorts of successes and failures with women, as time has gone on, I've found at least common failure: a massive age gap.
I'm, by no means, the most mature 30-year-old dude you're going to meet, and I'm not insinuating that all younger women are flighty or immature.
From that story, I deduced she was either an alcoholic, irresponsible or the product of parents who let her do whatever she wanted — or all three.