MAY AND DECEMBER
December 4, 2017 3:55pm CST
Suppose you were in a situation where your daughter is planning to marry a man who is a couple years older than her father - what would be your reaction? You know she has always been a bit stubborn - and trying to change her mind might be impossible - so what do you do? or what can you do? Probably nothing - except acceptance . And looking on the bright side, you could invite him to Wednesday night bridge with your friends . How do you feel about May/ December relationships?
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• Calgary, Alberta
I believe young women falling in love with old geezers are yearning for a father figure. Most likely, the young woman and her father are not close. My only daughter (got 3 sons) and I are very close with each other. We are so close with each other that she turned into man . . . she married her lady friend. And now they have a one-year-old son thru artificial insemination . . . . .She is gay.
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• Peoria, Arizona
As long as she is an adult, has had other experiences and knows what she is getting into, then I don't see why not. My mom had a relationship like that and there was nothing but happiness between them, it didn't last because of distance, but it was still a wonderful relationship.
• Garden Grove, California
do m ot do it tats waytoo bgig an age difference yoarnets should havenever married momwas21ye qwas 51taht is a recipefor disasterforsgar gigts isery y oiu name it do nt arry someone old enough to beyour father you wlll gegrett
• Davao, Philippines
Oh, at one time during our mini gathering. A friend said that her husband is 10 years older than her. And I was shocked. Because she is pretty. She said she was in love and now she is beginning to feel disappointed. I think your daughter made a right decision. I mean, we cannot hold their heart and we need to accept it.