When you were 25 you might have rejected a date who called the next day as being too eager.
When you’re 45 you see that as a positive message that your date isn’t interested in date playing.
Another study published in the journal, Psychology of Women Quarterly, found women who are ten or more years older than their partner report more satisfaction and relationship commitment compared to women who are the same age or younger than their partner.“We don’t know for sure, but it may be because when the woman is older, it shifts the traditional heterosexual power dynamic toward greater equality.
We know from a lot of research that greater equality tends to make couples happier,” writes study author Dr.
You know what’s important Our idea of what’s important in a relationship changes and matures over time.
When once it was that he had to have chocolate brown eyes, or that she should have a beautiful laugh, these superficial qualities lose their sheen.
Remember how your parents told you they were no good, but you didn’t listen?
There was the soft-spoken, baldheaded Briton; the goateed general contractor who loves ballroom dancing; the 48-year-old ...
Dating can be overwhelming at any age, but as we get older it can seem a mystifying world, especially if we’re coming back to it after a long marriage or partnership.
And while you may think that young people have the advantage – more free time, a bigger social circle, more spare cash – there are lots of ways that the saying ‘older equals wiser’ rings true in the world of romance.
You’re much more in touch with yourself When we know ourselves we make better choices, which is especially important when it comes to dating.