Relationship advice for women dating younger men
He's just never had to think about anyone but himself.3. But if that's all you've got going, it's not enough to build a relationship on.
Interests And Activities If your younger man is still in the party mode, going to clubs, drinking until all hours with his buddies, or is obsessed with things like extreme sports, you might have trouble finding things you both enjoy — besides having sex. If you have enough interests in common, then it's healthy to have your own, separate activities.
If he's never been married or lived with a woman, he's never had to deal with what's "expected" of him.
He's been only responsible to himself and that comes off as seeming selfish.
He knows much more clearly if that's what he wants.
So take what stage of life he's in very seriously because if he's still "sowing his oats" and you're wanting the coziness of a committed relationship, you're probably not a good match.2.
They may say they want to be in a relationship, but they don't yet know quite what that means.
One thing that works in our favor is that I wanted a younger man (although I was thinking more like 48) and he prefers older women (he pursued me and knew how old I was, because he first set eyes on me at my 60th birthday party at the tennis club where he worked as a trainer).
It turns out that one-sixth of women in their 50s prefer men in their 40s. I knew I wanted a younger man, but only as a playmate.
But there are some things to consider before you get too emotionally involved.
Here's my checklist for deciding on whether your "younger" man is someone you want as just a playmate, or a serious, long-term relationship.