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You’ve dated your share of men your age…and even younger.
Clearly, you haven’t found what you’re looking for yet, so why not go with someone older and more wiser?
Why do woman, and indeed young men, find themselves attracted to older men?
The main answer seems to be because they're sick of feeling as though they're wasting their time on men in their age bracket.
If you can't understand why someone you know is dating a man 20 years older, maybe you're starting to get the picture!
I know a lot of women who prefer dating an older 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.
At least then you know immediately whether you want to pursue something with him or not, based on whether your goals are aligned.While men in their 20s may not be looking for a committed relationship or thinking about children, men in their 40s may be financially stable and on the look out for for someone to start a family with.Your motive for dating an older man may not even be about your search for a future husband or father - you may just fed up with dealing with the emotionally immaturity that comes hand in hand with dating some young men. ' and the Internet will tell you that it'll take until he's 43 years old.He’s already played games in his 20s…and he’s over it.
A young man doesn’t know what he wants, and so he plays those cat-and-mouse games we all hate.
Even though this guy and I were 25 years apart, we had a lot in common. I didn't know then that our age gap would define the relationship. I got that; but even though I knew there was no future, I didn’t cut it off completely. After it ended, he talked to a lot of people about our relationship -- and what happened through the grapevine was unexpected. Women judged me as having an ulterior, economic motive: “She just dated him for his money,” or “She thought she could get ahead.” In our society people are so quick to judge a young, naïve woman -- never the older man who perhaps should’ve known better too.