Dating man older
Given that we didn’t suckle at that digital teat so early on like Millennials, we’re not going to live and die by whether we change our relationship status. Get this: I’m not even FB friends with the guy I’m currently seeing. I did get a glimpse of his page when he left it open one day, and I did take a gander at his ex, but I found it so stressful that I closed out of it immediately. If she’s gotten this far on her own, regardless of whatever relationships are behind her, she’s been through enough ups and downs to know she can handle just about anything.
Now he’s in his mid 40s, and married with a kid, and remembers that relationship as critical to making him the man he is now.
Men in general tend to have difficulty in communicating their feelings, but older men understand it's importance and take the time to try and discuss things with you.
Almost to the extent where they help you develop who you are and come out of your shell to find your true identity.
A friend of mine dated a 40-year-old woman when he was 22 and new to New York.
“She picked the restaurants, paid for things, took me places.
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“I find it comforting to know that her life goes on when I’m not around,” he said. Plus, I’m talking about outside of the bedroom as well. etc.) But many are not.** She’s choosier, and, unlike the 26-year-olds who think they’ll drop dead if they’re not engaged by 27, married at 28, and prego before 30, she’s looking at life a little differently now.