People balk at Leonardo DiCaprio 43 for his taste in younger women a recent one was years-old.
Other male actors have drawn attention for their much younger wives, George Clooney being one of them. As the old saying goes, take your age, divide it by half, and then add seven — that's how young. But should we still be following that rule? Relationship expert Susan Winter told The Independent that there's no way to put an exact on love.
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However, if we flip it around, would a woman dating a much younger man seem right? Take former lovers Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore, for instance.
Relationship expert Rachel Russo pointed out to The Independent that it's generally more accepted for men to date younger woman than the other way around. It's also probably a questionable call by the woman, especially if the guy is under Personally, I don't think the age gaps are such a big of a deal later on in life.
Harrison Ford marrying Calista Flockhart who was 45 when he's 67 isn't as big of a deal as a year-old dating a year-old. The game changer is when we're talking about the twenties and late teens. Not just because it might be creepy always keep it above 18 if you're abovebut also because relationships of a big gap at that age don't tend to work out too well.
While age is truly just asuccessful ificant relationships are based on mutual understanding and connection.
Don't let a stupid rule guide you unless it's the legal one for consent laws. If you really click, go for it. Just be cautious; dating younger women isn't all just cocktails and Coachella, you know?
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