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Is there such a thing as "PERFECT AGE GAP" in a relationship? It's Curious Thursday #17

There are 3 schools of thought when it comes to age gap in relationships. Let's break them down.

#1 - Difference between men and women

- Men rely a lot on the energy of their partners. What does this mean? It means the younger their partner is, the longer they will live. When it comes to men, the younger the partner, the better!

- Women, on the other hand, do not rely on anyone for their survival (very independent). Younger or older, it doesn't matter. In fact, it's better for women to be with someone of their same age.

#2 - The 15 to 18 percent rule

- in another research, it was mentioned that every 5 year gap between couple reduces the success rate of the relationship by 15% to 18%. Example if you're 20 and you're partner is 30 - that's a 10 year gap, then the relationship is about 30% less likely to survive.

- The rule according to the research is that if you want a successful relationship be with someone close to your age as much as possible

#3 - love wins no matter what

- and of course our favorite, love knows no age (legal age only please). At the end of the day it's all about the two people involved and how hard they're willing to make things work.

So which school of thought do you believe? The first two that are research based or the last one that's just idealistic?

Source: Bob Carreon

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