The research, called Optimising The Marriage Market, appeared in the European Journal Of Operational Research, which usually analyses business decisions.Academics including Dr Emmanuel Fragnière of the University of Bath studied interviews with 1,534 Swiss couples who were either married or in a serious relationship.We go back together a year later when I was 16 & he was 22. How bout you get into their dynamics and happiness and let them know if its worth it.We've been together for almost a year now and im 17 & hes 23. I know his parents & siblings, most of his friends etc. Age does not matter when getting along but is it enough to guide you through those beyond moments? WELL DARLING IF YOU FEEL THAT WHY THAT'S HOW YOU FEEL BOO.." Puke.) But mostly, it's the fact that he's your first.Not necessarily just sexually, but myriad other ways, too: The first guy you watch with, the guy who buys you a copy of Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of The Moon," the first one in the passenger's seat as soon as you get your learner's permit...I JUST WANNA LET YOU KNOW FROM MY EXPERIENCE I WAS 14 AND HE WAS 23. YOUNG AND DIDN'T KNOW ANY BETTER AND I STAYED WITH HIM 8 YEARS N HAD MY DAUGHTER 5 YEARS INTO THE SO CALLED RELATIONSHIP... U R YOUNG SO TRY NOT TO GET TO DEEP INTO IT BABY...
The best decision you ever make in your life is to not redicule your niece into "being a supportive hen cluck" and actually listen to her because she is dead on the money. We broke up because my mum wasn't happy with it etc. As long as you know him well enough to judge him properly I dont think there is a problem. Possible and true, however, one year and early stage is not a good measure.
Meanwhile, US President Barack Obama, 48, and wife Michelle, 45, may have only a three-year difference in age but have been married for 17 years.
But the study may not be welcomed by Michael Douglas, 65, and his 40-year-old wife Catherine Zeta-Jones – the research suggests a marriage is more likely to fail if only one partner has been previously divorced, and Douglas was married once before.
Five years later they followed up 1,074 of the couples to see which had separated.
Using the data collected about their age, education, nationality and previous relationships, they found the factors that many of those who broke up had in common.