After watching dozens of teenage romantic comedies, reading love stories and singing their favorite love songs, they tend to want to get involved with an older man who is willing and able to provide that kind of love.
Not just “The Notebook” kind of love, but they also want to feel protected, secure and taken care of…
all things older men should be capable of handling.
Usually, when someone reaches his or her mid to late 20s, he or she is focused on establishing him or herself, whether that means climbing up the corporate ladder, traveling the world or building credit scores.
Typically speaking, these folks are finally getting to do all the things they could not do on a college budget.
Whether your man decides it's time to get serious or tells you he is nowhere near ready to settle down, you need to know if you are mature enough to handle that and be okay with it.
What does society say when it comes to dating an older man? Whatever she says, it’s probably completely different than what your friends are saying.
So, what is the right thing to do when it comes to older men?
We hear it all the time: Age ain’t nothing but a number. We experience adolescence at different stages of our lives.
But, we also hear that you shouldn't be dating someone who is extremely older than you. Because of this, our maturity levels are also different during different stages of life.
So, what's the right answer when it comes to this dilemma? Let's take a look at what some of those maturity levels look like according to different age groups: Though both are looking for the same thing, they are looking for it in different places, so things can get a bit tricky.
In reality, it all boils down to one thing, and it has nothing to do with the number. Most men are looking for “instant gratification” on a physical level.
In other words, you are more likely to find a man in this age group who is looking to have more of a physical relationship with you.
Most women tend to look for “instant gratification” on an emotional level.