For couples with a significant age difference between them, it can be particularly challenging to stay strong for the long term.
“Dating more than 10 years out of your age bracket is a significant jump,” says Lisa Steadman, a relationship expert and bestselling author.
“It can create significant barriers in a relationship.” So, can a relationship with someone significantly older or younger ever really work?
Experts say the chances are slimmer, but it’s possible as long as expectations are set and extra challenges can be met with solidarity.
Sure, he may still go out with his guys; but not nearly as much as he used to (or at least not for so many hours).
So if you’re looking for a guy who has gotten the club scene out of his system, older guys are usually a good look.
One 2010 study out of the University of Texas suggests that women aged 27 to 45 not only have increased sexual fantasies, but have more sex on the whole than their younger counterparts.
But what happens after the excitement of a sexually-charged relationship fades?
It’s never too late to pursue goals or passions, but the older a man is, the more sure he is of what he wants or doesn’t want to do with his life.
After a certain age he might have finally given up his secret desire to become a rapper or those hoop dreams from college.
So usually the older he gets the more he realizes that most women like affection in the form of compliments, shoulder rubs, kisses, etc. The older any person gets, the more comfortable he or she is in their own skin. By the time a man reaches a certain age, he’s pretty set in his ways.
Now this can be both good and bad; but at least you know what you’re dealing with as opposed to dating a man who is still trying to find himself.
care what their boys think or say, at a certain age it becomes less important.