Dating older married
It's human nature, and we believe that every woman should live life to the full, and have no regrets.
Moreover, they are unlikely to want anything from you but no strings encounters.While all of these won’t be true of every older man (after all, many suffer from Peter Pan syndrome), as a whole, you’re going to realize more of these benefits with an older man. There’s a good chance he’s midway in his career, and therefore at least somewhat financially stable. It basically is the opposite of being broke, which is a libido-killer for most women.Being financially stable isn’t about making $300k a year. It’s nice to date a man who can afford to pay for dinner.You’ve dated your share of men your age…and even younger.Clearly, you haven’t found what you’re looking for yet, so why not go with someone older and more wiser?This is almost always a mistake: first, you should bear in mind that she has most likely started an affair with you because she wants excitement and danger, and not to start another long-term relationship. So, by all means enjoy yourself, but make sure you don't become too attached - above all, it's bad affair dating etiquette!
Also, remember that if you are a cheater, and you are dating a fellow cheater, this may not be the perfect formula for a committed, loving relationship.
There are also, however, some drawbacks to be aware of.
Let’s look at both so you can decide whether dating an older man is appealing to you or not.
Younger guys tend to be jealous at the drop of a hat. But how nice is it to be with a man who knows that, from time to time, another man will admire his lady…and not freak out about it? He’s assured of what he has (including you) and isn’t threatened by another man.
Some critics of women dating older men say they do so because they have “daddy issues,” but a recent study proved otherwise.
The good news is: 60% of men are attracted to younger women, so you’re a hot commodity for anyone older, whether that’s two years older or, if you’re into it, 20.