We aren't saying that you should deliberately choose friends who are older or younger that you. What you should do is to never judge people you meet by their age. When you meet someone you like, feel free get to know them better regardless of their age.
You also shouldn't forget that as people get older, age difference means less and less.
In the first situation, where the man is much older than the wife, I will take my example.
My husband is exactly 10 years older than me, that’s a decade between us, but when the proposal came, everything fell into place and the only drawback was this age difference factor, but since everyone felt that I was immature and childish, my husband would be the best life partner for me and yeah, I didn’t have much say at that time, but then our marriage has turned out to be a real good one and even though my husband regrets marrying me, I don’t regret marrying him .
Even if you’re legally in the clear, a large age difference can undermine the long-term viability of your relationship.
But, does this age difference or the lack of it between spouses affect the relationship in anyway, which one is better?
I may not be a relationship expert, but I am trying to find out logic and pinpoint about which one is better, when the man is older than the wife, or when the man and wife are of equal ages, or when the woman is older than the man.
Although comedians joke about these relationships, a significant age difference doesn’t make a relationship any less real or meaningful, though it may create some challenges that don’t exist when romantic partners are close in age.
Navigating the social ramifications of your relationship while struggling with generation gaps can be tough, but a significant age difference can give you the chance to consider new perspectives and appreciate the offerings of a different generation.
When we are young, most of our friends typically are our peers. According to Wikipedia, friends tend to share common backgrounds, occupations, or interests.