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So the implication that falling for Jack could have been a ploy by my subconscious to secure a daddy figure who’d make life My raised hackles are to be expected, sociologists say.

Although society is trending toward greater acceptance of individual choice, there still exists the idea that by marrying older, a woman has turned against her gender (i.e., she’s perpetuating the fallacy that men should be providers while a woman’s value is as a trophy).

It felt thrilling to finally be working in a real office with real business cards and a real mentor.

When I needed an apartment—tough to find in a resort town with sky-high rents—Jack offered me a room in his house, which meant we frequently worked late before coming home to split a bottle of wine.

“The short answer is ‘yes,’” says Pepper Schwartz, Ph.

D., AARP's love and relationship expert and best-selling author of .

There’s also the social stigma, the difference in career phases, the fact that Boyz II Men brings him no childhood nostalgia whatsoever.

Our differences, experts say, give couples like us, with an age gap of 20 or more years, a 95 percent chance of divorce.

Often, it’s not that there is anything wrong with the love or desire between the individuals, but with the way it works in terms of placement in the world—she may get a lifestyle upgrade or an intellectually potent guy, but it often displaces the woman more than the man.”Case in point: Shortly after we started dating, I’m the one who quit my job.

While I’ll admit that it was Jack who introduced me to the joys of bottled wine over boxed and hotels over hostels, my husband is a guy who invests most of his money back into his business and his community—one of the reasons I fell for him—and I work hard to bring in my own.

Besides, recent research suggests it’s millennial who are most likely to marry for money.

One friend told me he’d lost all respect for me when I committed to someone so far my senior.

And when Jack and I married three years ago, acquaintances placed bets on how long it would last.“It’s a paradox,” Schwartz says.

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