Just because you find a spark between the two of you, it doesn’t mean that you both are compatible.The spark may just be a sign of sexual tension between the two of you which will soon wear out with time.
There have been many instances where large age gap marriages have turned out to be successful.
Studies have found partners with more than a 10-year gap in age experience social disapproval.
While some say that the bigger the age differences the bigger are the chances of separation, many say that the ideal age difference for a marriage should be 6-7 years.
Same age people usually suffer from ego clashes and tend to have more fights than couples with bigger age gaps.
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A 10-year age gap could be stretching it a bit, but just not that much.
There will always be issues in terms of compatibility and priorities.
Reality will hit hard with time when your older partner starts aging and he will actually look ‘old’.
The phrase ‘Age is just a number’ sounds too clichéd when it comes to marriage and its realities.
This phrase just sounds good when you are seeking a casual fling.
For a 22-year-old woman to marry a 32-year-old man, there could be many issues with respect to priorities and ideals in life.