Dating greater relationship
A study released in 2003 by the United Kingdom's Office for National Statistics concluded that the proportion of women in England and Wales marrying younger men rose from 15% to 26% between 19.
Another study also showed a higher divorce rate as the age difference rose for when either the woman was older or the man was older.
The rational choice model suggests that people look for partners who can provide for them in their life (bread-winners); as men traditionally earn more as they get older, women will therefore prefer older men.
One of the concerns of relationships with age disparities in some cultures is a perceived difference between people of different age ranges.
Thus, both sexes will have to compete and be selective in mate choices.
Your time is far too valuable to be filtering through countless profiles of singles who have little in common with you.
What makes us different is our key dimensions of personality that will match you based on your beliefs and values as well as what matters most to you in your significant other.
The theory predicts that preferred mate choices have evolved to focus on reproductive potential and reproductive investment of members of the opposite sex.
This theory predicts both intrasexual selection and intersexual choice due to differences in parental investment; typically there is competition among members of the lower investing sex (generally males) over the parental investment of the higher investing sex (generally females) who will be more selective in their mate choice.