When you’re 16 and you hear that someone is turning 30, you regard them as some ancient fossil because…let’s face it, 30 is still so far away for you.Heck, even when you are 25 and someone says to you: “I’m 30” and you also find that they are still single…hah! You count five fingers and you secretly say to yourself: “God, please, I don’t want to be 30 and still be single like this sad person.“They're more ready to date an older partner than you guessed.” THIS TYPE OF CHEATING IS NOW ON THE RISE, DATA SUGGEST If you’re thinking about dipping your pen into some younger ink, Masini pointed out there are several ways dating someone five, 10 or even 15 years your junior can be beneficial. You may be more likely to find love Dating a younger person opens an entire demographic that you may have been missing out on, Masini said.That’s especially true if you’re a woman, as trends suggest the dating pool begins to shrink with aging.And I'm only surprised when he ISN' T wearing one. What I loved about my ex was how different he was—how sophisticated and manly—and like no one I'd ever met.
However, if contacted by an older woman, men wouldn’t necessarily turn her down.
But it's not exactly helping my cause, either.5.
I want to settle down.(I can't believe I just put that in print.) I've always been the independent girl who acts like she doesn't care, when in reality, I care so much! I don't want random hookups and to date for the sake of dating. I see relationships and marriages around me going to hell.
But what might the real benefits of dating someone younger be?
Turns out, experts say compatibility between two people who just happen to have an age gap isn’t as unusual as we may think.