That would be like interviewing people with no specific job in mind.That’s the way young women date, and you’re not that naïve. At this point in your life you have probably been married before, have kids or made the choice to have neither.However, most women are approached by younger men, not the other way around. By not associating yourself with that term, you will erase any negative feelings toward having a relationship with a man much younger than yourself.Men are attracted to confident women regardless of their age. Younger women tend to have more insecurities as they are still figuring out their place in the world, drawn to dating “bad boys” and are more likely to play games with the men that they date.Are you interested in a fling, a committed long-term relationship or friends with benefits?If you don’t know what you’re looking for, you won’t know if the man you’re dating is the right fit.
They understand that a date is just a date and not a marriage proposal. Your world isn’t crushed because one man didn’t call back.Another study published in the journal, Psychology of Women Quarterly, found women who are ten or more years older than their partner report more satisfaction and relationship commitment compared to women who are the same age or younger than their partner.“We don’t know for sure, but it may be because when the woman is older, it shifts the traditional heterosexual power dynamic toward greater equality.We know from a lot of research that greater equality tends to make couples happier,” writes study author Dr.Have you considered dating a younger man, but are afraid of getting your heart broken, being humiliated and ultimately dumped for a younger woman? Our culture’s discomfort with reversing the norm of the younger woman-older man dynamic may come from a deep-rooted evolutionary instinct driving women to choose the older, wiser, more powerful alpha male over the untested young buck.Or, it could be caused by something as shallow and immediate as a woman not wanting anyone to mistake her date for her younger brother or, God forbid, her son.