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We really don’t have any say in who we fall in love with. We don’t seem to care whether someone is older or younger in love, but we do. People are concerned about age differences because of the negative reputation they hold in society. As a result, when we develop feelings for people who aren’t our age group, we assume they are inappropriate. We frequently create barriers and flee to the mountains, but before denying the idea of love, think about the maturity level of your potential lover. Don’t let the attached age number affect your decision if you’re both at the same maturity level. When you were younger, you may have had an older lover. Every person we come into contact with has a purpose in our lives.
Perhaps this person wasn’t meant for you throughout your years of maturation, but after you’ve achieved a similar attitude, you’ll discover each other again. Or maybe this person showed up in your life at an inappropriate time to teach you something. It could have happened for a reason in any case. Even if he’s 30 and you’re 20, he’s as bewildered as you are about his life. Although a ten-year age difference can be scary, you are both going through similar life events. I’m not sure why that number should stop two lovebirds from thriving. Of sure, he’s been on this world longer than you, but that doesn’t mean he knows more about where he is in life. If you both want the same thing out of the relationship, you’ve already won half the battle. Things will be just as difficult for you as they are for couples of the same age if you aren’t on the same page. Society not only looks down on dating outside of our chronological years, but it also assumes we all mature and develop at the same rate. Furthermore, many people believe that as they get older, they will become more mature, but this is not the case.

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