On dating an older
Clearly, you haven’t found what you’re looking for yet, so why not go with someone older and more wiser?
While all of these won’t be true of every older man (after all, many suffer from Peter Pan syndrome), as a whole, you’re going to realize more of these benefits with an older man. There’s a good chance he’s midway in his career, and therefore at least somewhat financially stable. It basically is the opposite of being broke, which is a libido-killer for most women.
Whether you believed it then or not, dating in your 40s or older reveals that dating an older man can have perks over dating a younger man.
The good news is: 60% of men are attracted to younger women, so you’re a hot commodity for anyone older, whether that’s two years older or, if you’re into it, 20.
A young man doesn’t know what he wants, and so he plays those cat-and-mouse games we all hate.
An older man, especially one who’s already been married once, knows what he wants.
That take-charge attitude and the desire to take care of his woman is plenty appealing.
There are also, however, some drawbacks to be aware of.
There’s appeal in that, and you can’t always find it with a younger guy who’s still struggling to find his foothold in his career.
He’s already played games in his 20s…and he’s over it.
DO treat the relationship the same as you would with a guy your own age.
There's already enough pressure when it comes to dating, why add more stress and think about the age thing if you really like this dude?