Make sure that if he does something nice for you that you say thank you or show your appreciation by reciprocating in some way. Be Supportive – Older men typically have established careers, busy schedules, and professional obligations to which they must attend.
At the same time though, it can be very rewarding and something that both parties can get a lot out of.
Still, there are some things about dating older men that should be taken into consideration, and I know a lot of you will be wondering about this.
Beyond the obvious differences, what is there under the surface that you need to know?
For today’s post, I decided to reach out to some experts in the dating field and ask them for their tips.
The three experts gave some fantastic responses and you’ll learn a lot from them.
By the time you’re done reading these tips, you’ll know exactly what you need to about dating older men.
The question I asked all three experts was as follows: Wilma runs Mydatingprescription and has quite a unique story when it comes to dating.
She gives great advice on her site, and has given some of it for us today below: 1.
Be Appreciative – By the time a man is in his forties or fifties, there’s a good chance he’s been married and divorced.
At the very least, he’s had some significant relationships.
Men want to feel appreciated, and a lot of times they’ll talk about leaving a previous relationship because they didn’t feel loved and appreciated.