Tips on dating a much older man
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.
Dating an older man may surprise you: he may be a better listener than anyone younger that you’ve been with.
And if you prefer talking on the phone to texting, there’s a good chance he does too.
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.
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.
Again, if he’s been in at least one long-term relationship, the subject of communication more than likely came up, so hopefully, he’s learned how to express himself in constructive ways that will make him a good partner.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.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.