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It can give new meaning to the phrase, “Rise and shout, the Cougars are out!

”Some single adults have observed that age does matter to others in the dating pool.“Unfortunately, the majority of society, at least what I know of in the LDS dating world, make (age) into a matter,” stated one female friend in my mid-singles ward.

So why not take the easy When you get cheated on, it can be tempted to wonder what you did wrong. It’s more about the other person being selfish and acting out on some shortcoming in their own lives, without thinking of the consequences this could have on you.

People say “age is just a number” all the time, but do they practice what they preach? Age signifies so much more than just a number: it can reflect your maturity, your stage in life, and your experience. Not every 21-year-old is on the same playing field--some are already gearing up for the ninth inning while others are just jumping into the dating game.

The lyrics to an old TV sitcom—“Diff’rent Strokes” —often reminded me as I was growing up: “What might be right for you may not be right for some.”Many single men (LDS men included) supposedly go by this rule of thumb: “You can date someone who is half your age, plus seven.” As we get older, this allows for more flexibility in age gaps.

Whereas the dating pool at age 21, for example, varies from age 18 to about age 26 or 27, it becomes a whole different dynamic for the mid-singles crowd. Our younger years are prime years for developing and learning much about ourselves.

The other beauty about becoming more secure in our identities is that suddenly, society's judgments don't matter as much to us.

When I was 26 years old, I dated a girl who was five years younger than me.

As far as relationships go, it can get complicated.

It’s often “different strokes for different folks,” as the old saying goes.

By age 31, the commonly accepted age range difference can vary between anywhere from those aged 22 or 23 to those in their mid-40s. But, each year as we (hopefully) become another year wiser, we become more secure in ourselves and much more stable in our personalities.

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