Divorce signifies a major change in your romantic life. There’s no way around the fact that if you want to be in another relationship, you basically have to start from scratch. Sooner or later, the matter of your age will probably cross your mind. Does age really matter when it comes to finding another husband? If so, how much?
The answer to this question is a resounding “yes.” Your age definitely makes a difference when it comes to finding a new husband. If you’ve been married for a number of years, you’ll probably be worried that your age will make it more difficult to find another guy. Depending on your age, this may be true. Generally, older women will have a more difficult time finding a guy than younger women. Let’s face it: most men tend to go for younger women. That’s just the way our society works. Additionally, the older you are, the tougher it will be to find a husband because more and more of the men in your age range will already be married. In short, the pool of contestants will be smaller than that for a younger woman.
If you married a 24-year-old 5 years ago, it’s highly unlikely that you’ll end up with another man around that age. Then again, you probably wouldn’t want to anyways.
Ideally, you’d want to be with a man who possesses maturity on a level that is similar to your own. If you go for guys much younger that yourself, this isn’t likely to happen and your relationship will probably not develop into a marriage. Age does play a major factor in determining how easy of a time you’ll have finding another husband, but it’s not the only factor.
If you are a younger woman (for example, someone in their twenties) and you’re looking to remarry sometime, you shouldn’t have an extremely difficult time finding a guy. There will be countless guys out there for you, so your primary concern will be finding one who’s personally and lifestyle meshes well with your own.