Dating married woman in her fourties dating in grad school
It’s a little shocking to women to hear this because they expect the men in their peer group to want similar things as they do.
But once you are over 35, you’ve entered an experience I like to call “Grown Folks’ Dating” and the game has changed!
There are many reasons why I think men should not wait until their late thirties and beyond to marry.
I don’t think the fear of passing on genetic mutations is one of them.
Men can (theoretically) date women 10 years their junior, while women often have to stretch at least as far in the opposite direction.
I don’t think that’s a large enough risk percentage to influence a man’s decision to marry.“The older we are as fathers, the more likely we will pass on our mutations,” says lead author Kári Stefánsson, chief executive of de CODE Genetics in Reykjavik.“The more mutations we pass on, the more likely that one of them is going to be deleterious.” While most of these passed on mutations turn out to be harmless, Stefánsson’s team identified some that studies have linked to conditions such as autism and schizophrenia.And let’s assume for a moment that you are successful professionally and you’ve got “game”.But let me ask you one question: Do you want to be married and raise a family?
Are you a high-achieving, strong, spiritual and successful sister who is still single after 40?