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.Reason 5: If you know what you want, he's likely up to the task. Are you in transition and aware of that fact -- looking to experiment and explore?In any relationship, it's critical to know what you want. Fireworks in bed are not a factor of age, but of attraction and emotional bonding.That’s a shame, because tolerance is an important fundamental element of a relationship.When it comes to finding a partner, you shouldn’t close your eyes to possibilities.
As Susanne explains: “Many men whose age would seem to make them better suited to me are just too traditionally male in their views.” Younger men often complain that the older women they like are wary of a relationship, probably because the women are worried about what people around them might think. For example, generally, you try to avoid people with two first names or those who abbreviate the word probably as “probs.” But you never know; that one awful abbreviator could be your soulmate.So, I'm proposing this "8-year rule" in dating as an absolute.Commentators claim that disparity in ages can put pressure on any relationship, since the two people do not share a similar pool of experiences and childhood memories - but the same could be said of relationships between two people from different cultures or countries.Don’t these differences perhaps prove enriching to a relationship, since they provide a new point of view for both partners?