Dating and older woman
With age, women — like men — get to understand themselves better.They understand their emotions, and they understand what it is they want out of a relationship.“You’re less likely to date a younger guy who’s been divorced, has children or has sexual performance issues.” In 2011, she met Juan Cabrera, now 34, at one of her mixers and soon fell in love. “Millennial men are career-focused and want to travel with successful women and conquer the world together,” says Soletti, who notes she’s seen an uptick in established women signing up specifically to meet younger bucks at her speed-dating events.Such May-December couplings are no longer seen as relationship outliers — or indicative of deep-seated mommy issues.As an “older woman” I find that my interests and hobbies have changed, my desire to partner with a long term someone is more discerning in attraction, and there is nothing better than humility and humor when it comes to dating and relationships. If you are searching for something with salacious drama, you might want to continue onto women who haven’t yet learned that drama needs to be left at the door.Older women have a sense of things in this world, because they have lived and failed and picked themselves up, and had their hearts broken a thousand times, and don’t take any sh*t from anyone, and know what they want and where they are going. We are a discerning population who doesn’t jump into a partnership with just anyone. We love to embrace and be wooed and evolve with another in such a way that makes the entire universe smile. Our plight consists of flawless conversation, with perhaps a smidge of audacity thrown into the mix.If a younger man can’t handle it, then he certainly isn’t ready for an older woman’s heart. Yes, we have tried most everything imaginable in the intimate department with our lovers.
I only dated a younger woman — back then, girl — once, and it didn't last very long.This is the definition of simplicity to older women.