Jun 12, 2011

Why Do Young Women Fall In Love With Older Men?


Women and men contribute love in different ways. Women are more emotional so touching, saying I Love You, and doing things for us are acts of love. For example, cleaning up the dishes or cooking dinner is acts of love. For men they contribute love with respect and sex.

A good example is that women want men to say “I Love You”, however, if they do not tell us they love us then we fall apart. If we do not respect them, and love them then they start to become defensive. That is when the fighting will probably start.

An age difference of 7 – 15 years can lead to a really great relationship if both partners are willing to. That’s because we don’t choose who we fall in love with, it simply happens.

Most women over 25 and single are already disappointed by men of their age, they are looking to find a mature man that can satisfy their needs. In most cases men reach their maturity level after the age of 30; therefore, most women are just wasting time with men under 30. Most women over 25 believe that older men won’t break their hearts the way younger men have done; they believe that an older man will have the commitment and the willingness required for a long-term relationship.

Age indicates maturity, and decision making ability, so older men are a better choice for a mate. Many young women say young men their same age don’t respect them, but older men do. Younger women enjoy having someone take care of them and are attracted to an older man’s accomplishments, economic stability and emotional maturity.

Younger women and older men are capable of sharing similar life views and goals, despite their age differences. Younger women and older men have no problem accepting each other’s friends. Younger men and older women share the same principles when it comes to family.

Age difference makes no difference, and can lead to a really great relationship if both partners are willing to work at it. Younger women and older men don’t choose to fall in love with each other; it simply happens. Younger women who fall in love with older men have father issues that can sometimes border on the psychotic. Younger women say that older men make them feel special, give them everything they need, give them so much attention, make them feel wanted and needed, and make them feel like a queen.

Younger women usually prefer men who are financially stable, and in most cases the most financially secure men are older men who are established, and in a much better position to take care of a wife than young men. Older men are often more patient, and actually listen to what younger women have to say and respect her opinions–qualities younger women appreciate in older men.

Older men–unlike young men–know what they want in a relationship; they can entertain, wine and dine a young woman–court her the old-fashioned way. Older men know what they want out of life; they are not uncertain about themselves, as younger men sometimes can be and can help bolster a woman financially as well as bolster her self-esteem.

Older men are more experienced sexually and tend to have less of a sex drive, but many women find that the lovemaking with an older man is completely fulfilling to them, as older men are better at listening to the needs of a younger woman than a man their own age tends to be.

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  • Im 25 years old female, I recently met a man who just turned 40 on Feb 28. I met him early January and we hang out alot and talk, not only talk but have sex. He cooks me breakfast all the time, lets me shower and bath at his house, we dance and have drinks together, go to pubs, eat dinner, we both play guitar and sing, we have the same taste in music, smoke weed, watch movies etc. We get along great, we tell eachother everything, he treats me very well and is so considerate. He listens to me and I love listening to him as well. He has had his heart broken 3 times, first by his wife who is only 29 and now a stripper, and his 2nd I dont know but the 3rd was just a gold digging whore with 2 kids she couldnt take care of. But now he tells me that it will be dangerous and will not work out between him and I only because of his past relationships. He admitts to me that he does want love and a good friend. But a week ago he tells me that its not going anywhere, our relationship we hold. That really hurt my feelings, not only because he’s my first good friend in this big city that I recently moved to. But just because he’s so great, I thought we wouldnt be friends anymore…I was not going to delete his number at all, but then he came around and started texting me, so we got together on saturday night. It was different how our visit was, seemed closer, Im so happy today I get to see him, sleep over and watch movies tonight with him. I really dont want to fall for him, Im not going to…we already made that clear, but I know he knows he loves me, I feel it. We just click and get along well, Ive met his friends and he has met mine. Im just worried about what others might think of him like my family…and no I dont have father issues, my dad is great and always been there and still is. Anyways, what do I do? How do I break the ice and tell him how I really feel?

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