If you're busy doing your thing, then you won't smother him with an excessive amount of attention.While men do appreciate a woman who needs them, they also appreciate a woman who is independent - someone who is able to make decisions, earn money, and take care of herself.
By asking him about important decisions you're thinking of making, he will not only be able to offer insights, but he will also feel recognized and appreciated.
Older men like to share their knowledge, wisdom, and advice. If you focus on reading more and staying abreast of current events, you'll find it easy to dispense with the awkwardness that sometimes accompanies getting to know one another.
Stay centered on what is happening now or how the future might look.
When you meet an older man that you want to date, don't let age be a barrier.
“I am dating someone who is close to 20 years older than me and one major perk, if I'm being honest, is that he has money.
It’s not new money (or young money) where he wants to go out and blow it on stupid things; it’s the earned life he’s been creating for years. There’s very little fighting or problems that pop up. So stay self-assured, confident, and fairly independent. So avoid talking about past events, especially cultural events, like movies or trends.When you talk about these things, it emphasizes the age difference and creates an awkward feeling for both of you.They discuss the pitfalls (and surprising advantages!) of dating someone older, and occasionally (but not always), wiser.I like that security, and the thought that with him, money isn’t an issue.” “My advice to everyone is date somebody who is older than you. I love dating older because then there is less drama and B.