Dating an older guy pros and cons benefits of dating older man
[Read: 7 signs he’s only using you for all the wrong reasons] The annoying drawbacks of dating a younger man #1 Younger men may act childish.
One drawback to dating a younger man is that he may be less mature than you.
As a younger, or transitioning individual, this stability may be exactly what you need. You can be sure that he won’t play games like millennials, since he’s past his prime player years. Mature men have refined tastes, and that isn’t limited to his pallet. Advice and wisdom will be readily available from someone who isn’t your parent, but is equally wise.
He can show you things you never knew possible, and you can teach him that new trick you learned in Cosmo. You won’t be dealing with the same texting, mixed signal bullshit that you’ve experienced in the past.
You might love his deep pockets, but with his great power comes your vulnerability.
There is potential that you could never be financially equal to him, accepting this is key.
The big benefits of dating a younger man #1 Younger men are often more physically driven.
*Disclaimer: For the very fit older men out there, your existence is recognized – this is just generally speaking!
* [Read: 20 personality traits that make the perfect ideal man] #2 Younger men normally have fewer responsibilities.
Older men often have responsibilities such as kids or a stressful job to worry about, but the younger you go, the less likely these aspects of life will be a factor.
If you date a younger man who hasn’t got around to having kids yet, you won’t have to worry about any potentially awkward introductions, especially if you have your own children.
Your man having less responsibility at work may mean he’ll be more likely to respond to a spontaneous request for a date, or be able to take off early for a weekend getaway without being concerned about what he’s left behind at the office.