Advice for dating older women
Let’s look at both so you can decide whether dating an older man is appealing to you or not.
You’ve dated your share of men your age…and even younger.
If he’s ready for a long-term relationship, he’ll make it known. He’s not out to waste time; he wants to know within a few dates whether you have potential or not.
Now, I’m not saying every older man is ready to settle down again. But they’ll be more upfront about it if they’re older.
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.
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.
These are all status indicators, and they’re part of the attraction factor.
It’s completely natural for you to be drawn to a man because of his status.
I know a lot of women who prefer dating an older man.
Remember when you were a teen and your mom said that girls were two years more mature than guys the same age?