Just remember that different mindset comes with ages and that it takes time for both of you to get accustomed to one another and the way you see things.Just be patient and don’t let new situations bring you down.A lot of young women and girls who date older men are so worried about how good housewives they are going to be and if their men are going to like the meal they cook.
When it comes to dating a guy who is older and who already has the clear image of what he wants from life, there are some new dilemmas that you might encounter; new moments that might come up you didn’t count on and you now have to deal with.
I track the conversation -- I'm not leaping from one topic to another.
But even if you don't like listening, LISTEN anyway. • First, you're not as fascinating as you think you are. I don't care if you're Jon Hamm or Joe Scarborough or the head of an investment bank or ambassador to Ghana.
Most women over 50 have been in relationships with men who don't care much about what they have to say.
For 10, 20, 30 years, the men in their lives have been blathering on about themselves and not listening. Maybe it's the journalist in me who always preferred interviewing to being interviewed. I ask questions that make it clear I have heard what they say and want to hear more. I've done lots of cool things, worked for Tom Hanks and for governors and CEOs and climbed mountains and such.
It is true, he might not always be up for every suggestion you have about doing new and spontaneous things that get him out of the everyday life, but that doesn’t mean you should stop suggesting.