Advice on Dating Older Men Recommends a Little Caution

Here is some advice on dating older men. Let's face it.

Young women sometimes find older men attractive and desirable, much to the delight of the older men!

Dating Older Is Ok, But Consider The Age Difference

Often, they are easier to please than the younger guys, and they are more likely to have their life together.

One main thing to remember when thinking about dating older men is to consider how old you are right now.

The younger you are, ladies, the more your age difference will affect your relationship. It can be flattering to have a charming older man paying attention to you and some of them are plain good looking.

Advice on Dating Older Men

Hmmm. Assuming you're a 25-30 year old woman who's interested in dating a man of 45 or more, here are a couple of potential problem areas.

First of all, you may really be wanting children, and he may really not want them. If you are serious about a permanent relationship, you need to be in agreement on wanting kids.

Sex May or May Not be a Problem

If you do desire a serious, lasting relationship, the other possible problem area is in sexual harmony. While he may keep the want-to for many more years, an older guy's virility usually starts slacking off in middle age.

They can make up for it a lot with tenderness and romance, but it is something to consider. If you marry a man closer to your own age, you'll probably get all the sex you want and you'll both start slowing down at the same time.

Don't get me wrong, every man is different, he may still have a lot more fight and bite in him, lol. I also hear these days some women never slow down, but we'll get into that later.

He's Been There And Done That

There are things that this older man has been there done that plenty of times when you're just starting. If dating older men is your choice and you just can't help yourself, for one, make sure he is still doing things.

Are you guys compatible, as in liking the same things. For example, ask questions like, what do you do for fun? How do you spend your spare time? Where do you see yourself a few years from now? What are you open to? Questions like this can give you a head start.

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