54 year old Mel Gibson and his 39 year old Russian Lady, Oksana Grigorieva

54 year old Mel Gibson and his 39 year old Russian Lady, Oksana Grigorieva

Clearly there are many obvious reasons behind this.

However there now seems to be a real evolutionary purpose as to why our instincts work in the way they do.

And perhaps this is the most important reason of all because…

Our genes naturally drive us Men towards younger women in order to promote a LONGER life.

Now i’m sure subconsciously we all realize this.

Because as a friend of mine once said.

“Being with a young and beautiful woman forces you to stay young yourself.”

(And give the night and day physical differences I’ve seen in him because of his relationship I’d have to concur.)

I think its pretty clear that if we Men are emotionally thrilled with our love life then all sorts of positive changes will naturally happen to rejuvinate our mind, body and soul.

This is a wonderful thing indeed.

And I can happily personally vouch for it too.

Any of you Gentlemen out there in a similar situation care to chime in?

In the meantime check this very enlightening article out.

Men told secret to a longer life is marrying a younger woman but wives with toyboy husbands are MORE likely to die early


Eating healthily and doing the odd bit of exercise are well known to keep a chap fit, healthy and hopefully improve his life expectancy.

But now men can add a younger wife to the equation.

Males who marry younger women are more likely to live longer, according to the biggest ever  study of population statistics.

But sorry ladies, the same does not apply to women with younger husbands.

The study found that if a man marries a woman who is between 15 and 17 years their junior then his chances of dying at an early age is cut by a fifth.

Even those who tied the knot with a woman seven to nine years younger were 11 per cent more likely to live longer.

The study carried out by Germany’s Max Planck Institute also revealed that men who marry older women are 11 per cent more likely to die early.

And it’s not good news for the older woman with a toyboy either as the results suggest wives with husbands older or younger by between seven and nine years increase their chances of dying early by 20 per cent.

This rises to 30 per cent if the age difference is close to 15 and 17 years.

Scientists say the figures may be the result of natural selection that mean only the healthiest, most successful older men are able to attract younger mates.

‘Another theory is that a younger woman will care for a man better and therefore he will live longer,’ said spokesman Sven Drefahl at the institute’s headquarters in Rostock, Germany.

The study examined all deaths between 1990 and 2005 for the entire population of Denmark.

(you can read the original article here)