Dating a younger woman
Remember when you were 20 years old, and that young, beautiful woman who was the same age as you rejected you because she dated older men? Well now that older guy is you. A lot of women date older men because they think younger men are too immature, and aren't ready for a real relationship with commitment.
Tips on how to date a younger woman:
Understand younger women. Most younger women want and need excitement. Be prepared for a lot of partying and hanging out with her friends.
Act your age. A common mistake older guys make when dating a younger woman, is that they tend to try and act like their the same age as their girlfriend. Don't apologize for being older, instead talk to her about the good qualities of being older.
Please her. Show the young woman your maturity level by doing little, unexpected things.
Keep your hands to yourself. A younger woman doesn't want to date a creepy old guy that can't keep his hands to himself. If she wants a physical relationship with you, be a gentleman and let her make the first move.
Give her space. Dating a younger woman involves a lot of compromise. She may have just graduated from college or just moved out of her parents house, where she didn't have any freedom. Don't be the same as her parents, let her have her freedom.
Be in control. A lot of women love men who know how to take control. Most younger guys don't take the initiative to plan out dates or be spontaneous.
Stay calm in the face of drama. Most younger women have lives that include friends and the drama that's attached to them. If your girlfriend freaks out about an argument she just had with her bestfriend, just relax, listen. If she asks for advice, give it, otherwise sit back and just listen to what she has to say.
Don't be a sugar daddy. If you want to have a meaningful relationship, don't try to buy her love and affection. Don't try to impress her with your fancy car and big house. Let her like you for the person you are.
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