Obviously there are many obvious reasons for this.
However, there now seems to be the real evolutionary purpose of why our instincts to work the way they do.
And perhaps this is the most important reason of all, because ...
Our genes naturally lead us men for younger women in order to promote longer life.
Now I'm sure that subconsciously we all understand that.
Because, as my friend once said.
"Being a young and beautiful woman makes you stay young yourself."
(And please, day and night physical differences I saw in him because of his relations, I would have to agree.)
I think it is quite clear that if we men are emotionally disturbed with our personal lives all the positive changes that naturally happen to rejuvinate the mind, body and soul.
This is a wonderful thing, really.
And I can personally be happy to vouch for that, too.
Any of you gentlemen out there in similar situations in the care of the sound?
At the same time to check this very informative article from.
Men have told the secret of life is getting married a young woman, but the wives of husbands with toyboy more likely to die early
By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Healthy food and do the odd bit of exercise are well known to hold the head fit, healthy and hopefully improve their lives.
But now people can add new bride to the equation.
Men marry younger women are more likely to live longer, according to the world's largest study of population statistics.
But sorry ladies, this is not true for women with younger husbands.
The study showed that if a man marries a woman who is between 15 and 17 years younger than them, his chances of dying at an early age, cut by one fifth.
Even those who tied the knot with a woman, from seven to nine years of age were 11 percent more likely to live longer.
A study conducted at the Max Planck Institute in Germany also showed that men who marry older women, 11 percent more likely to die early.
And it's not good news for an elderly woman with toyboy or as results suggest, women with older or younger than their husbands in the range of seven to nine years to increase their chances of early death by 20 percent.
This rises to 30 percent, if the age difference similar to 15 and 17 years.
Scientists say that the figures may be the result of natural selection, which means that only the healthy, the most successful older men are able to attract younger comrades.
"Another theory is that the young woman will take care of the person better, and so he will live longer," said a spokesman Sven Drefahl at the headquarters of the Institute in Rostock, Germany.
The study examined all deaths in the period between 1990 and 2005 for the entire population of Denmark.