25 dating 40 year old
However, a 15 year age gap is a big difference, growing up at different times, stages of life, etc.
She is likely established in home and career, where he's just starting out.
The second she starts to slow down in the bedroom or starts losing her looks, he'll start looking elsewhere.
I think she should make a decision based on how she thinks and feels and not how she will be perceived.
I told her that if he is nice and mature I dont' see a problem.
The way I see it there are 40 year old men who are committment phobes and very immature so if she finds a 25 year old who she likes what is wrong with that.
I have known couples with a 15 year spread in ages that were very happy and content. The telling factor is whether there is a big maturity difference or not, and whether these two in a relationship are going to be compatable from the standpoint of life goals and objectives.
I have known couples with a 15 year spread in ages that were very happy and content.
Of course she can pursue something with him, but there will likely come a time when he desires someone his own age or younger.If you’re over the age of 40 and have ever said, “But I’m told I look five years younger than my age”, then you’re not immune to it yourself. And nobody has more choices than a 28-year-old woman. So if a woman finds it more appealing to just step into that world — to jump from the prolonged adolescence of the late 20’s into full-fledged settled-down womanhood — that could make sense.But see, for men who covet younger women, it’s not whether you look good for your age — it’s what age you really are. If she wants to date a guy who is 6’2”, makes 0,000 , likes skiing, is within ten miles of her house and five years of her age, you know what? All she has to do is go on Match.com, and wade through a few thousand applicants. There are many other things that are attractive about older men. They can afford nicer restaurants and vacations and have cultivated greater tastes in the arts.She's at the end of her reproductive cycle and he's at the age where people are starting to consider long-term relationships, marriage, kids. My ex-husband was 12 years older than me, and although he was young and trendy in spirit, dress, manner, he always felt like the "old guy" around my friends, because he'd 'been there and done that' with a lot of life experiences.Love and attraction aren't enough, there has to be more there to sustain a long-term relationship, compatibility on all levels. Based on my experience, no, the age difference doesn't make any difference whatsoever if it's the right person.