30 dating 20 year old
It broke my heart to know that my 40 year old man doesn't fancy babies.
I am in my mid-forties and I have been online dating off and on for about 2 ½ years and dating in general for 4 years.
And the truth is that most of them are completely creeped out at the prospect of dating a guy who was alive when JFK was alive. Now in my mid 40’s though, the idea of dating someone in their 60’s does seem like a big difference in terms of where we each are in life.
), there are thousands of other instances of cross-generational relationships that die a quick, painless death. Because he was born in the 80’s, right about the time that you were losing your virginity in college. This is a valid concern to men looking to have families, so let’s not overlook it. It just seems far more likely that a) he’s bragging to his friends that he might get to sleep with a woman 20 years older than himself, or b) you guys really might be compatible if only he were significantly older or you were significantly younger. A caveat which I must acknowledge: if neither of you desires children, then you have a far better chance.Because he’s been in the workforce for oh, about four years. But still, I’m a big proponent of life experience and wisdom. So even if this young man’s interest in you is completely pure, even if he wants to have a real relationship with you, you guys are most likely doomed. But presuming he does, if I were you, Carla, I’d probably have some fun. Maybe not all of them, and maybe not this particular guy, but most guys in their 20s think an older woman is easier and hornier than women their own age.Because he may be a great communicator, mature for his age, and relationship minded, but he’s also, y’know, a BABY. Go in with your eyes open and appreciate the experience for what it is — a dalliance with the youthful exuberance of your past. “What do guys in their twenties really expect and/or want when contacting an older woman? That’s what I thought when I was a schmucky 20 something, and so did my friends.He never felt jealous, was never possessive, lost his temper or even shared his fears and hopes on life. Let me not talk about the depressing music I listened. Music that was sung by people you can't identify with. His perfume was masculine and tended to spread its fragrance in our short term relationship. On dates , he swapped away the bill without the slyness of twenty something men. Though divorced and never married, he had peculiar habits that are only common with a man that age.While a man in his thirties will fight for his woman and protect her with his life, the case is different with a forty year old. Then they will go on and on about those songs and how they listened to them in those olden days. He was nostalgic about the good things he did in his youth but he can't do them now. Once upon a time, when the relationship God's were smiling at me, I dated a 40 year old man. He wore expensive ankle length boots that no man in my village or within my circles could afford. The kind that would say depressing things like: He ensured that my arm is safely tucked in his arm when we walked. His feelings and lovey dovey were at an all time zero. It therefore goes without saying that the fear of losing a love interest never occupies his mind.