She's known a man for several years who is divorced (no children) and 40.They've progressed through the stages of getting to know each other and are now good friends.
But if they get serious they might want to talk about that.
I don't have experience with this myself, but that's what occurred to me.
I think things may be heading "to the next level."~end b/g I know at some point DD is going to ask me what the challenges will be for an age difference of this magnitude.
What are the pros and cons of a marriage when there's this sort of age difference between the partners? Some may disagree, but I can't think of any pros with with a 20 year difference at 21.
And it can be a deal-breaker if there’s no love at all.
My advice: take a look at your relationship and analyze it a bit before dating someone significantly older than you.
People can and do deal with this but it adds more work to a rel.
Whether or not they want kids (and etc.) isn't something they necessarily have to deal with just yet.
If you aren’t particularly flush, dating someone older can mean a step up in the financial bracket.