This type of mentality can not only be refreshing, but it also can help lay the groundwork for a creative and happy relationship.

It’s not new money (or young money) where he wants to go out and blow it on stupid things; it’s the earned life he’s been creating for years. There’s very little fighting or problems that pop up.

I like that security, and the thought that with him, money isn’t an issue.”—Mary, 33 There's Less B. “My advice to everyone is date somebody who is older than you. Related: Age Gap: How It May Damage Your Relationship I love dating older because then there is less drama and B.

Age Matters Less With Time “I don’t think it is a big deal at all that my boyfriend is 15 years older than me.

Once you get past your twenties, age means nothing in love and relationships. Despite the age difference, we always have a lot to talk about and our lives are very similar, too.

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You may enjoy the power play Having been out in the world gives older partners a cache that many younger partners love and seek out.

Related: Why Young, Attractive Women Marry Rich, Old Guys We have almost nothing in common, but I love that.

He is different than my friends in a good way and he helps me realise I need to focus on my career more after I graduate.

When I don’t mention his age upfront, people think we are only five years apart. I’m trying to get drunk on the weekends for under , he goes to clubs and gets bottle service.

I guess that’s because he looks really young still and has all of his hair. ”—Deborah, 34 We Have Nothing In Common “I’m 21 and he’s 33. He has a house, I live in an apartment near campus.

“And in reverse, many older partners want a younger partner that they can teach and mold,” Masini said.