Advice dating older woman
When I was 23, my friend taught me one of life’s greatest lessons: Older women make decisions fast.
It was this that led to my first experience with an older woman.
Gold diggers do not make for a long and healthy relationship, and she may end up costing you a lot more than money.
[Read: 7 date ideas men love but women actually hate] #7 DON’T make her feel inferior.
She may feel offended by your attempts to buy her, and you could end up pushing her away with no recourse.
Even worse, however, she may accept your cash-fueled advances–and is that really the kind of girl you want to be in a relationship with?
They may have the bodies of demigods, but they can also have the emotional maturity of a walnut. Show her how even-headed you are and how readily able you are to talk about your feelings in a calm and responsive manner.
The fact is, you have a rounded understanding of the world that reaches into a whole range of topics the younger man can’t even touch.
You have opinions that are considered and respected, and you have the confidence to deliver them; the younger man is limited to names and performances of his favorite sportsmen, while you can hold court upon any subject with ease.
This is a strength that the younger woman admires and aspires to. No better place to start than with your voice and mind. You don’t have to be a daredevil stunt driver or extreme sports junkie to pick up some interesting experiences along the way. It may be people you’ve met, places you’ve been on holiday, or anything else that stands out from the normal array of day-to-day activities.
Sharing these things with the younger woman you have your eye upon will fascinate her, scintillate her, and keep her coming back for more–especially when her male peers struggle to find anything to talk about beyond frat parties and MTV.
There may be a temptation for some older guys, with their wealth of experience and knowledge, to see themselves as superior to the girl they are trying to woo.