Maxwell caulfield dating
I'm 6 years older than my husband, he was 23 when we met, we've now been married a few years and have two small children.If anything he's more mature than I am so the age difference is just not noticeable I our relationship. He doesn't have any and I have two and wouldn't (and probably couldn't) want any more.I had a Capricorn gal ask about a relationship she’s in, with a younger man.I look at these situations, favorably because I’ve seen so many that are successful.
Caulfield said that the role was "just too tempting to turn down and I can't wait to start filming in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside".
But I was in my mid-forties at the time not thirties dating a guy in his early twenties. Opt for an over grown teenager and you will feel like his mother or baby sitter. A lot of 24 year olds are still pretty irresponsible. So from his point of view I guess you could say her age truly made no difference to how his life ended up. She's petrified he's going to have a mid-thirties crisis and want kids all of a sudden and she'll be too old.
I suppose I remember being 24 and with two small children and a house to run I was very mature, I would consider having another child but only in a relationship I was sure was long lasting which is never a certainty. If you think he knows how to work at a relationship in the tough times as well as the good and if he knows how to pull his weight around the house, then those are good signs. They're both hale and hearty so its certainly no certainty of her dying before him or anything morbid like that. But still he insists he won't, so you just have to trust it, I guess.
No-one raised an eyebrow, we got on like a house on fire and were very happy. I'm 33 and my partner is 25, 2 years down the line I've never felt so loved and so secure in a relationship. Experience's still not the be-all and end all though.
The real issue that raised its head later on was the fact that one day he wanted a family and I was at the stage when I'd decided that this was never going to be a possibility. If you get the mix right (like any relationship) it can and will work. You can get a 50 year old manchild or a really emotionally intelligent twenty-something. I was worried at the start about the age difference but he never was, at times he's more mature than I am and I'm more immature than him! Really whether it can work or not from the age pov depends on how responsible he is. They married when he was about 25 and she was early thirties and went on to have four children. His friends would say thoughtless things like "You look great for your age! Now its getting to the stage where although he has always insisted he never wanted kids, the door is closing on her anyway.