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Author Topic: Are you into older partners?

July 29, 2018, 11:39:03 AM
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NesMarcos


As people become more liberated, more open-minded and things are getting more advance, people's preference changes once in awhile not just in our daily lives but also, in our love affairs.

Some men like women who are older than them due to specific reasons like women who are older than them know what they really like, they are matured enough and not afraid to take risk because they know what risks are, they are more caring and loving because they are done with playing games and lastly, they are confident to flaunt everything they have.

In women's case, some of them like older men due to stability not just emotionally and mentally but also financially. Men who are in their 40's and up know what responsibility is, and they are obliged to do what is right. Some women want someone who will take good care of them, let them know how beautiful they are in and out and lastly, they need someone who can lead them to the right path to take as they grow older.

How about you, are you into 'older partners?' Why or why not?

July 30, 2018, 07:01:32 PM
Reply #1

sidica



Yes, I'm into older partners as long as the gape of age is not that big. My actual boyfriend and I, have eight years of difference gape, however, I'm in the middle thirties and I have a way of thinking more realistic and mature than couple years ago when I dated a man considerably older than me.
In my own experience, I can tell that dating older partners can be good but can be a risk also.
I dated a man who was on his 50's when I was in the middle twenties and it didn't end well, after couple years the relationship turned into something else, we lost the physical attraction and we ended acting like father and daughter which was very uncomfortable for both of us and made us feel very unhappy and trapped. We wanted different things in life, I wanted to start my business in fashion but  he was ready to start traveling and enjoying his financial freedom. I lost myself in this relationship and became in a person very voluble to please him, I got to the point where I didn't recognize me when I was watching me in the mirror.
This experience was painful but good for me because it opened me the eyes and helped me to find out what I really wanted in life, what kind of person I wanted to be, and what kind of men I would let in.

I think dating older partners is good as long as you are person mentally mature, emotionally stable and happy in more than an are of your life because in this conditions your partner is a partof your life but not the main reason of your existence. It can allow both of you to grow up, enjoy each other in many areas and become stable.


July 31, 2018, 06:20:29 PM
Reply #2

NesMarcos


I strongly agree with you. Basically, we had the same experience with dating a guy in 50's. I also dated a man in 50's when I was in my mid-20's and it didn't go well. However, we didn't reach the point where we treated each other as father and daughter but he was so possessive. Maybe it was because of our age gap. He was old and I was young. At first, the relationship went well, we enjoyed each other's company and made memories together but later on he became too controlling and possessive. We separated ways after almost a year of being together.

Now I found the right guy for me and I am happy with my relationship and planning to get married soon. I am also happy that you finally found what you really like. Wishing you all the best!  :-*

 

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