Advice on dating someone younger
When deciding on which way your relationship should develop - either to get deeper or cooling it off - both partners must talk about why they are attracted.
Be honest and rule out any ideas of a fantasy, or delusion that the problems that cross your mind will somehow disappear once you are a couple.
When dating at an older age it's quite common that people of different ages can meet.
Some people manage to live together with someone who is vastly different in age.
We happened to get along quite well — our lives and mindsets were aligned, we shared a similar sense of humour and social perspective and the natural chemistry that existed between us was undeniable.
For me, dating is about true compatibility from a lifestyle and maturity standpoint.
I always find it funny, how often the subject of age presents itself in the deliberation and consideration of romantic potential. Of course, there are times in which an age difference does present it’s own complications.
It is generalised and may not be suitable for everyone or all situations.
Old Flirt cannot be responsible for actions taken based on this advice.
In the grand scheme of things, age can actually be extremely trivial (within reason, obviously).
A woman dating someone 2–3 years younger than her, or older than her, isn’t right and it isn’t wrong, either.
Women like a younger man maybe because they give her attention, promise a sexual side that they can't find with men of their age or want a young man to cherish and care for, especially if their family has flown the nest. Older men go for younger girls / women often in "conquest" mode or satisfying their craving for a young, nimble body to pamper with affection.