The phrase “finding a man who wants to be a grown-up” came up several times.
To be fair, your friends may have a point: It is sexy to be with someone different, and there is a certain pride in attracting the interest of a younger mate.
But there's more than that to your new relationship, as you know, so you could do without the nudges and winks.
Or look at 65-year-old Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood, who made 34-year-old theater producer Sally Humphreys his (third) bride in December 2012.
You don't hear as much about what I refuse to call "cougars": women substantially older than their male partners.
This aversion may have stopped some women cold who were hot for younger men.
(Unless, of course, they were named Cher.) But all this prompts a bigger question: Is it smart or stupid to take on a partner 20 years younger once you hit 50, 60 or 70?If you already have the book, thank you thank you thank you and please tell a friend.In the meantime, here are the preliminary results of the survey.It turns out to be a source of considerable concern for a lot of ladies, as this poignant response shows: “Where is he? En español | You've fallen for someone 20 years younger, and he/she for you.I’ve come to realize that he is not good for me and have left twice but he has come back every time without promising me a future.