You’ll never be in an unsure space or gray area when dating an older man because they have neither the time nor the inclination to play games.
Of course, there’s something romantic, alluring and even reassuring about dating a man who’s quite a bit older than you.These men tend to be way more well-established and courteous, they’re chivalrous and you’ll never hear the words, “let’s hang out” ever again.It is a mutually beneficial match that both individuals can experience and can partake of.Often, younger women tend to be more spontaneous and romantic, which is perfect for the romantic and “old school” older man who knows exactly how to wine, dine and court his lady but also wants to break up the routine and be surprised every now and then.Straightforward and assertive, older men act with intention and focus because they’re usually busy living thriving lives with great jobs they’re passionate about.
They’ve spent enough time in the dating world to know exactly what they like and what turns them off.Okay, Evan, I agree mostly with your opinion on younger men/older women. I mean, I can see why an older man would want to date a younger woman – physically that is, but why would a 28-year-old woman want to date a man 45 or more? I can totally understand why older men go for younger women.There’s no denying that they’re, for the most part, in better shape, with better skin, and less baggage from broken relationships.But let’s not pretend that we, as a culture, don’t worship at the altar of youth. Don’t get me wrong, there are advantages in a 45-year-old guy. He’s got the job and the home and the car, and been divorced with a kid already.If you’re over the age of 40 and have ever said, “But I’m told I look five years younger than my age”, then you’re not immune to it yourself. And nobody has more choices than a 28-year-old woman. So if a woman finds it more appealing to just step into that world – to jump from the prolonged adolescence of the late 20’s into full-fledged settled-down womanhood – that could make sense.Time creates wisdom – but it also creates responsibilities and complications – mortgage, kids, career, etc.