What to know about dating older men
I've dated countless women and it has always amazed me how little they know about men.
If nothing else, this blog is an outlet for voicing my astonishment at the typical female's ignorance of the male mindset.
At most, it is a reliable source of advice for women who want to improve their chances with the opposite sex.
I spent about a year dating almost exclusively women older than myself.
But for that period of time, the roles were reversed. And it felt great—who doesn’t want to be taken care of?
“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.
“She picked the restaurants, paid for things, took me places.
She had access to a world I didn’t, and she had done all the things I hadn’t done yet,” he said.
She’s been to enough of these things on her own to manage just fine while you’re talking to someone else. Most of the single women I know over 35 just want a good man, period.
And, unlike the 23-year-old who gets tanked and throws shade at your ex, she’s got class. I once went out with a young man from Queens who only dated older women because younger ladies, he found, couldn’t do a thing without checking in with 15 of their friends.
Older women have limited patience for the shenanigans of youth, so stick to these five no-fail rules and you will be dating older women in no time.