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October 15, 2007
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Modern Love Review: Love From May to September

The New York Times “Modern Love” column: 1/3 inspiring, 1/3 boring, and 1/3 aggravating. Every Monday, we review this week’s installment, and let you know how the current tale of love (lost, found, or otherwise) stacks up.

We like to think that — as the immortal Aaliyah once said — “age ain’t nothing but a number.” If a relationship is working, if there’s good sex, good communication, and a strong connection, who cares if there’s a five, or ten, or twenty year age gap?

Of course, we’re also not naive enough to assume that that’s all there is to a successful relationship. Clearly, other factors come into play: shared goals, being in the same place in life, being on the same level. And this is where a large age difference can create problems, as eloquently illustrated in this week’s “Modern Love.”

[Photo by darwinbell]

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