One dynamic that can make or break a relationship is the common ground that you share with the other person.
Most people will undoubtedly get along with someone who has similar interests and hobbies.
You may find it very useful to choose a time to sit down and seriously talk about how the age difference may affect your lives one year, five years and possibly twenty years down the road.
Most importantly, if you and your partner feel you are right for each other, age will not matter.
Another aspect to consider is if the age difference will interfere with your own personal goals.
Whether you want to concentrate on your career, have children or spend your free time traveling; ask yourself if your partner??
We all begin our quest for love as young adults and we live with the intention of holding strong into our senior years.
If two people are lucky enough people find each other, it usually will not matter at which point in life they do so. I have read most of thes comments and have found not many have been the other way round i am 20 goin on 21 man and have started seeing a 31yr young women.Maturity level, shared interests and priorities are all important- a lot of love isn’t enough to make up for disconnects in those areas.Still, a significant age gap (generally considered more than 8-10 yrs if both are adults) is going to have issues that other relationships don’t.You may find in life that a fifty year old and a thirty year old can be very similar in regard to their maturity level.This all depends on their life experiences, personal outlooks and goals.It has quite often been acceptable for a male to be the older person in a relationship.