Younger dating older man
Don’t you find photos of men speaking on stage on dating apps appealing?
When you find out a guy you just met is a doctor, doesn’t your mouth water?
If you’ve already had kids in your past relationship or don’t want any in the future, dating an older man is a good path for you, because it’s less likely that he’s interested in having (more) kids. While it depends on the person, you may find that an older man prefers his routines and may not be as keen to go out.
He may even have grown children, which may be easier to deal with if you get serious and end up living together or married (you’re not the wicked stepmother to small children). But these are a few things to be aware of if you consider dating an older man. But you’ve both got to be able to compromise in order to make a relationship work. If it’s important to you to have an active social life, dating an older man may not be for you. You likely want a serious relationship too, but you know you can’t rush it. Speeding into becoming an established couple never works.
A mature man isn’t in the middle of an identity crisis.
He knows who he is and what he wants, and he isn’t shy about communicating that.
They’ve been around the block: sexually, financially, career-wise, and in love. They carry themselves with a cocksure attitude that you find appealing.
If you’ve dated younger guys that were wimpy and lacked confidence, it’s understandable you’d consider dating an older man.
Younger guys tend to be jealous at the drop of a hat. But how nice is it to be with a man who knows that, from time to time, another man will admire his lady…and not freak out about it? He’s assured of what he has (including you) and isn’t threatened by another man.It subtly communicates to you that he can take care of you, and that life with him would be fun!While most of the above benefits of dating an older man fall under the “he’s just more mature” category, it’s worth pointing out additional perks of dating a mature man. He’s likely been in at least one long-term relationship, so he knows how to give to his partner and compromise when necessary.Some critics of women dating older men say they do so because they have “daddy issues,” but a recent study proved otherwise.Here’s what it said: “…it is evolutionarily beneficial for women to seek older mates, and that there will be no significant difference in attachment styles between women in age-gap versus similar-age relationships.” What this means is that it’s an evolutionary pattern that women are drawn to older men, in part because of their status and resources. If you were pumping gas and a gorgeous Lamborghini/Tesla/Porsche pulled up next to you with a good-looking older man in it, wouldn’t you do a double-take?