Advice every young woman needs when dating an older man
Learn how to talk about a variety of topics that might interest a professional man or one involved in business or current events.
While you don't have to be an expert on the things that interest a man with an established career, you need to know enough to ask interesting questions.
It's courteous for both sides to be aware of the reality of the situation, and remember there’s a difference between generosity and showing off.
Don’t let her take advantage of you …Unless you want her to - which is fine, but only if you have expectations of a very short relationship.
Do be understanding I can get kind of defensive when dating older guys, worried that some might see me as another notch on the bedpost, or fresh meat to pass the time until someone more serious comes along.
She may be younger, but her feelings are just as genuine as yours. Do establish boundaries In some rather obvious ways you’re at different stages of life, so if you're just enjoying a fling make sure she isn't shopping for wedding dresses.
For instance, you can ask him about career growth or money management because he is likely to be very supportive, offering you advice from his experience, referring you to professional colleagues, or simply pointing out where you can find your best answers.
And remember, it's kind of sexy when a man feels empowered enough to discuss his feelings.
There are enough hurdles to making a relationship work, however old you are, so why let age add more stress?
For example, they may desire financial stability, be attracted to a confident male who has clear goals, or find an older man able to be more sensual in the bedroom.
Keep these tips in mind to help your relationship start out - and stay - on the right path.