eating beets and drinking sad green juices all the time, but rather something much more enjoyable -- dating younger women. And when I say games, I mean things like suddenly ghosting and then texting her “wyd” after three weeks, booty calls at 2 am, you know, shit like that.“In both of my past relationships with older men, I’ve gone into them assuming that there won’t be any games played, and that choosing to date someone who has had the time to make past relationship mistakes will have learned from them."Older guys looking to date younger women should know that just because we’re younger doesn’t mean we’re more willing to put up with B. You also need romance and intellectual passion to keep the spark alive. “Most of the men I've dated have been older,” says Shekinah, 30. Depending on your age I'm looking for a certain level of maturity, someone I can learn from, someone looking to have a long-term relationship, and someone that knows who he is."4. “There’s a reason I prefer older men,” says Kristen, 27. “Don't pressure us to live on your timeline,” 29-year old Johari explains.
Apparently, older dudes who date younger ladies live longer and are in better health, which means if you're a single guy who's getting on in years, you might want to consider hooking up with a hot, young, millennial girlfriend. That said, if you want to land younger hottie Ask Men helpfully compiled a list of the 10 commandments of attracting and dating younger women. “It’s not always what you can bring in bed, but keeping us engaged as a woman,” she says. They lose that dating mentality,” says 25-year old Rebecca. “It’s because I don't want to deal with an immature, inexperienced, naive child... “If I'm not ready for something but you were ready years ago, find someone who's there and leave me alone.
We're looking for a life partner, not a father figure," 35-year old Ahna says, echoing every other independent woman out there.9.
When the time comes to meet the parents, be super chill.
It seems like maybe we can share life more easily, rather than me feeling like I’m tagging along in someone else’s plans.
And y’all know I’m stubborn and refuse to just Though he be but young, he is smart.
In my online dating profile preferences, I’d always make the age range between “my age 1” and 45, as if going out with someone my age or one year younger were some kind of abhorrent crime.Probably seems obvious to you that age isn’t everything to do with intelligence, but it was something I hadn’t considered. ) He doesn’t seem to have baggage that scares him away from wanting future-things, like to get married and have a family.He teaches me something new every day and I really respect him. I do have baggage, but I still want those things and I shouldn’t feel bad about that, nor should I settle and not get the things I want. I graduated college the year he graduated high school. It feels kind of dumb to be writing a post about this as if it’s some kind of revolutionary discovery.Some of his maturity comes from his particular life experience, but a lot of it comes from anchoring his identity in Christ.He isn’t the guy who has to “prove” how strong or smart or manly he is.I’m going to try to be objective here, but no promises.Also I think I’m scared to publish this while we’re still dating for fear of jinxing the dang thing. He hasn’t been doing his own thing forever, so to speak, so there’s metaphorical room for me in his life.“One of the first times we were out at a bar together, the male bartender hit on me when my date went to the bathroom.He leaned in and said, ‘I know he has more money than I do, but I can do things to you that he’s too old for if you know what I mean.’ "I was so angry that I couldn’t speak. I thought they’d match my maturity level, would “have their shit together” and would, in general, be better partners for me, the self-professed “old soul”.Usually the guys were 4 or 5 years older, sometimes they were 8 or 10 years older (and I went on one date with a guy who was like, 18 years older), but they were ALWAYS older. I recently started dating a younger man – he’s four years younger than me – and honestly? Here’s why: Editor’s note: I’ve opened this post a jillion times to try to write it without sounding like “in defense of this one particular younger man I’m dating”.