12 Tips for Older Women Dating Younger Men

Are you looking for a one-night stand, a long-term commitment, or friends with benefits? You won’t know if the man you’re dating is the proper fit if you don’t know what you’re searching for. Interviewing folks without a specific job in mind would be like that.

Older women understand that a man will not help or hinder a younger man. They realize that a date isn’t the same as a marriage proposal. Men, regardless of their age, are drawn to self-assured women. This will actually work to your advantage. 

So, if you are that old woman who I am praising; who wants to date a younger man then here are 12 tips for you. Also, if you are the man who is here to read about the tips that are given to older women when dating a younger man then you can read it too… hehe.

12 Tips for Older Women Dating Younger Men

  1. Have Faith in Yourself

Younger women have more vulnerabilities since they are still sorting out their place on the world stage, and they are more inclined to date “damn things” and enjoy games with the men they date. 

Women in their forties and fifties, on the other hand, are more established, more at ease in their own skin, and have moved on from the breakup game by that age. 

This is one of the main reasons why younger men find older women appealing. So, if you are dating a younger man, note that any man worthy of your attention, regardless of his age, has a lot to offer you.

  1. Expect to be questioned.

Although society is growing more accepting of older women dating younger men, some people will continue to make nasty “jokes” or comment on your choice. It doesn’t matter what others say as long as the pair is happy and powerful. 

Your family members may have reservations at first, but they will eventually embrace the relationship once they realize how happy the two of you make each other.

  1. Don’t try to be extra

It’s fine to want to look your best on the date; it’s not appropriate to lose yourself in the process of impressing him. To stay in his good graces, don’t forego your favorite simple yet elegant rings you despise. 

If you don’t like eating salad or green vegetables then order whatever you love on your date. Don’t feel that they will judge you… because if he does then he doesn’t deserve you. 

  1. Talk about what you are seeking from this date

If you want to date someone who isn’t in your age range, it’s crucial to talk about your expectations and worries ahead of time. Inform them of your expectations and how you plan to handle the matter if it goes against your family’s preferences.

Unless you’re searching for a quick fling, don’t put a time limit on your relationship. There’s no reason a relationship between an older woman and a younger man can’t work out as long as both individuals retain an open line of communication and respect each other.

  1. Don’t be bossy

I know at times all women indifferent to the age, get a little extra ruling and when you are dating a younger man, he might feel hurt more than you could think a statement could hurt him. 

You should compliment him if he is making an effort to make a good impression. Be courteous; compliment his cologne, laugh at his jokes, and complement his attire. But don’t be a jerk about it; make sure the compliments are genuine and sincere.

Providing your partner with the space he requires can have the opposite, negative effect. It is healthy to take a more balanced approach that allows you both to spend time on yourself. Make date nights a priority and discuss your expectations. Communication is essential at all times!

  1. Don’t Expect Him to Cheat

As you grow older, you may become concerned that he will find you unattractive. You should get more than a physical relationship if you’ve been together long enough for your bodies to alter significantly. It doesn’t matter how old you are if he’s a cheater. He’d still betray you. He’s also becoming older, and you might easily trade him in for a younger model. Make sure he doesn’t forget it.

  1. Be a lover

You’ll have more life experience than a younger man, which means you’ll receive some mentoring. Because older women are more successful and have more experience than women their own age, younger men hold them in higher regard. 

Don’t try to teach him everything every time like a teacher or consider him young, he might feel bad about it. Keep the balance and ignore the age gap because age is just a number. If the equilibrium is disrupted, the passion will fade, and the relationship will come to an end! Wooh! that was so poetic of me.

  1. You should know what you desire.

It’s important that you know and comprehends what works for you before, during, and after the date. Be honest with yourself if what you want in a man differs from who is sitting in front of you.

Allowing your feelings to cloud your judgment will save you time and heartache in the future. Also, don’t establish false expectations for who your ideal man should be.

  1. Don’t force yourself 

There are a lot of women I see and know who have dated young men just because they wanted to go with the trend. And this is very wrong, especially at the age you are at. 

It’s fine to desire to fill a gap in your soul, but not if you’re doing it for the wrong reasons. Don’t force yourself to go on a date with someone you don’t want to go out with simply because your buddies are. 

Hang out with your pals; if your pals and BFFs aren’t available, don’t be shy. You’ll be fine, and you never know, your picture-perfect date could be sitting next to you at the theatre.

  1. Recognize your worth

You are perfect in your current state, and you know what? There is someone out there who believes you are enough and values every aspect of your personality. So, boost your self-esteem and don’t let anyone else tell you otherwise. Be self-assured in your appearance and body. 

You are just an older woman and he is just a young man; keep aside the age, you are a woman and he is a man! No inferior, no superior. If you both love each other, have mutual respect, equality in sentiments then stay together,  if not then don’t think you can’t find anyone else. You are worthy, manifest it.

  1. Don’t Make the Mistake of Assuming the Relationship Isn’t Possible.

Many women are scared that a relationship with a younger man would not work out, but this is true of any relationship. You rarely know what you’re getting yourself into until you’re right in the middle of it. 

There’s no reason a relationship between being an older woman and a younger man can’t work out as long as both individuals retain an open conversation and respect each other. Unless you’re searching for a quick fling, don’t put a time limit on your relationship.

  1. Allow him to care for you.

You need to remember that the majority of guys feel obligated to pay for at least a portion of a date. If you don’t feel comfortable relying on their charity, speak up and share the bill. 

At the same time, keep in mind that he’s probably not trying to tell you that you can’t afford it, so be patient with your attempts to pay.

I know you are older than him and you would love to pay your bill on the date but see if he is attempting to pay, give him a chance a few times to pay, he’ll feel good.

The bottom line

I understand how easy it is to be fooled by people’s exterior appearances, but make sure what you see matches who he is. On a dinner date, a man whose tie doesn’t match his shoe color might be the most down-to-earth person you’ll meet in that decade.

It’s not for everyone to be in a December-May relationship. As long as you’re a good match for each other, dating a younger man is no different than dating a man your own age. 

Older women are more accepting of men’s inner workings, don’t take it personally, and are too preoccupied with their own lives to be engrossed in another’s mood.

I wish you luck with your new venture! *wink*

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