My wife's grandmother has successfully been married to a man my age (35), for 8 years, however, I myself, tried dating in the 18-21 year old female range for over 15 years. Never found one who was on mature enough to have a stable relationship to build off. Too much drama, not enough life experience. I think it's not the age difference itself, it's the maturity level of the people involved. My wife is 6 years younger than me and we are PERFECT for one and other. We are a team, and she's always been more mature than her age level.So I'd say there's no difinitive answer to this question. I'd lean more toward where the motives of the 21 yr old man lies. Is he looking for a "mother figure"? Does she have money? Does he have a drug dependency? Or are they just compatible? But, short and sweet, I'd say varies from couple to couple.
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Yes it can, it might cause some friction in the social world of both, mostly in her social world, but if they love each other, understand the 'better and worse' part, especially the 'worse' part, it can work.
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I think hard or easy but all depend of a lot things. Most depend of both in this relationship. What do you understand under serious relationship? I think that is hard to say... other more big question is How long time you continue to be with this person?
My best male friend (platonic) met his wife when he was 21 and she was 29. He really had to pursue her because she thought he was too young. 19 years and 3 three kids later, they're still going strong. So anything's possible if both want it.
At 21, a guy should understand what a serious relationship is. But is he is ready to make a liftime commitment? Looking back, I thought I was (seriously) but I had no clue even then, what life was all about and who I was really involved with.
Oh yes, but it always takes two to tango. Personally, I rather like those lovely long summertime waltzing events.
Well, I have a 22 year old friend who's been with a lady ten years his senior for over a year now. Was dubious upon hearing about it, but she's really nice and they seem really healthy/ happy together.