I'm 20 years old, is that a logical decision?
Most Helpful Opinions
Are you compatible with him in terms of personality, interests and values? If not, you shouldn't. I don't see the age gap as a factor.0
It depends on your other options. However, that is not an unwise choice because he will probably live another 40 years and that is plenty of time to raise a family during which time you and your children will have a very good lifestyle.0
Don't do it.0
What Girls & Guys Said
Don't marry for money. You should marry a person because you love them and deeply desire to be with them for the right reasons.
If you end up marrying this guy anyways you most likely end up miserable because deep down you know you don't like him nor love him.0
If you want to always feel like you're missing something in life and are okay with the risk of being dumped after you stop looking young, go right ahead.11
Question is, do you actually love the guy or do you just love the idea of his money?3
He will have expectations. Will you be happy to meet them?0
I can see where it's coming from but it doesn't change the fact it's wrong and petty0
I always think that people who marry for money end up paying for it.0
It's a typical female response to be a gold digger so sure. I guarantee you bring nothing to the table beyond looks so why not use the to your advantage.0
at this point might as well so you don't end up alone forever...0
Marriage for money is never a logical decision in my opinion. It should be for love.0
only if he fully knows what he's getting into and that truly is the only thing you want0
No, it's not. If you do, you'll just prove you're as shallow as men are, right?0
only if you think you can live with that.0
It's the only decision 🤑0
Marry for money, love is a myth0
No, it is not a logical decision to marry someone solely because they are wealthy. Marriage is a serious commitment, and it is important to base it on factors such as love, compatibility, shared values, and mutual respect, rather than financial status.
A significant age gap between partners can also present its own set of challenges and may impact the power dynamic in the relationship. It is important to consider the potential for differences in life experiences, goals, and expectations, as well as the potential for societal judgement and criticism.
It is important to prioritize your own values, needs, and aspirations in any potential relationship, and to avoid making decisions based solely on external factors such as wealth or age. It may be helpful to seek guidance from trusted friends, family members, or a professional counselor to help navigate these complex decisions.