There is nothing wrong with older women dating younger men as long as the guy is legally an adult. Many celebrities such as Madonna, Demi Moore and Mariah Carey are dating (or have dated) guys younger than them. There’s just something about dating a younger guy that is so appealing and exciting. Younger guys are more energetic, fun and they have a certain amount of respect that differs from the older guys. So if you want to jump into the kiddie pool, here are some tips to help you make the relationship work out.
Be ready to deal with the difference in maturity
Let’s be honest; a guy who’s younger than you obviously doesn’t have a lot of experience and we are not talking about sexual experience here. He likely does not understand the problems you are dealing with. In fact, he won’t take your problems seriously. So instead of getting frustrated, take a step back and try to look at things from his point of view. It will save you a lot of energy.
Be prepared to deal with lack of experience
Most young guys don’t have much experience when it comes to handling a relationship. They don’t know how a relationship should work, how partners should communicate and intimacy within a relationship. You will have to be really patient with young guys as they learn the Dos and Don’t’s of dating. The good news is that younger men are less emotionally guarded and have a cleaner slate thanks to their inexperience. Together you can design your own romance and transform your relationship from a casual fling to a serious thing.
Be prepared for differences
This is not necessarily a bad thing. The way a younger man views life is way different than how an older woman views it. They make you see things differently and in the process you learn new things. While this is good for your relationship, it doesn’t mean that you should choose a guy who is the complete opposite of who you are. Find a guy who has enough differences to excite you and enough commonality to connect with you.