Older man and younger women dating

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When you start falling for someone, the last thing that should stop you from giving in to your feelings is the age gap between you both.

Age really just becomes a meaningless number when two people connect with each other and having the undying desire to be together, which is why younger women these days don't hold themselves back from loving an older man.

Younger women often find something special in older men that younger men don't have.

Here's why younger women form a bond with older men.

Older men are less likely to want to play games and waste their time on casual relationships.

Because older men are generally more ready to settle down and establish a home than young men, this can be a benefit if both partners are looking for a quick and steady commitment.

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.

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.

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.

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