Try Googling images of 50-year-olds and 70-year-olds and see how many more of these lines the latter group has.
What does he talk about regarding his career; what are his long-term plans?
These have a lot to do with whether he is willing to commit.
If it doesn’t, ask yourself if your vision is something that you would be able to change and if it’s not, think seriously about how much time you can risk investing in this man.
Bottom Line: Don’t make foolish generalizations about age!
He won’t be able to mesh easily with your crowd and will stick out like a graying, sore thumb at parties attended by fresh-faced 25-year-olds. These women will specifically go out of their way to make you feel unwelcome in their crowd.
You become an automatic threat to them by being naturally prettier and having the all-powerful asset of youth.
The truth is that it’s not about age, it’s about the personality type you’re dealing with.
When you meet a new guy, ask yourself three key questions to determine his personality type: First look at the way he speaks about his future.
While you’re still in the phase where getting too drunk at bars and partying all night at clubs is acceptable/actually lots of fun, he gets tired by midnight.
What could be more uncomfortable than having people mistake your husband for your father?
If he encourages you to do this before you’re ready, you will forever resent him for what you missed out on.