My last relationship was with a man 18 years younger and the one before that with a man 16 years older. age is justa number and it really doesnt meen a thing. 14 years wouldn't be an issue for me, but if it's an issue for you, just look for men within your acceptable age range and just date them.
Have fun The question is are you interested in him. If your interested in him and like everything about him you should go with your gut.
Unless you think you would have to worry about your mother stealing him from you Just kidding.
Because he’s been in the workforce for oh, about four years. But still, I’m a big proponent of life experience and wisdom. So even if this young man’s interest in you is completely pure, even if he wants to have a real relationship with you, you guys are most likely doomed. But presuming he does, if I were you, Carla, I’d probably have some fun. Maybe not all of them, and maybe not this particular guy, but most guys in their 20s think an older woman is easier and hornier than women their own age.
Because he may be a great communicator, mature for his age, and relationship minded, but he’s also, y’know, a BABY. Go in with your eyes open and appreciate the experience for what it is – a dalliance with the youthful exuberance of your past. “What do guys in their twenties really expect and/or want when contacting an older woman? That’s what I thought when I was a schmucky 20 something, and so did my friends.
Recently, however, I was contacted by a guy in his mid-twenties and I was impressed by his profile…he’s mature, intelligent, articulate and attractive. And for every Demi and Ashton (Celebrities, They’re Just Like Us! ”, I’d say, “Why would you date a younger woman when you can date an older woman? Now, there is a flaw in this system – the biological clock – which is much worse at 38 than at 23. Hey, if you still have the juice to hang with kids, go crazy. Put another way, there’s a very good reason that you don’t see many 25 year old men with 45 year old women.