When thinking of a traditional married couple, certain pairs of people probably come to mind.The man and woman you view in your mind are probably around the same age. Society has shown that these are relationship normalities.In no particular order, and in addition to my point about maturity above, I’d summarise some of the key benefits of dating an older man as follows: older men have seen so much more, perhaps travelled extensively, experienced different cultures, enjoyed more of life’s pleasures and experienced it’s foibles; things which may perturb a younger man will leave older men unruffled younger women are continually attracted to the experienced type of older man who can give her what she wants -both in terms of old fashioned chivalry, gentlemanly conduct, overall good behaviour and, of course, …er… older men are usually more financially secure than a young man starting out on his career, who also may not be sure what he wants, what is his priorities are or where his life will take him; younger women crave the security only an older man can offer usually well dressed, more stylish in their outlook, older men have no need to doggedly follow fashion or be a slave to trends; they have developed their own tastes and style over the years; they know what makes them look good, look suave older men who have progressed well in their careers often have an aura about them, an aura of being successful, of possessing power, of being able to be protective; younger women often find this a provocative, “heady mix” and enjoy the attachment to such a man having gone through their emotional teens and twenties, many younger women are looking for a calming influence and see an older man as being able to bring stability and a direction to their lives; the older man has, more than likely, worked out the key drivers to his life’s goals I can go on, but I think that’s a good start…In any event, let’s be honest, younger women dating older men is not a new phenomena, it’s just that, like everything else in this age of instant communication, more people are more aware of such relationships actually happening.He won't be a naysayer; he'll admire your talent and determination. No offense intended to the mature gentlemen we all know (and love), but younger guys are happy to take a tumble at any time of day or night -- not just for scheduled Saturday Night Sex. From a sexuality standpoint, many say that a younger man and older woman are a better fit, though this depends on the couple, of course. You may want to make up for lost time after a less than monumental marital sex life. Reason 4: His attitude and energy are (happily) infectious.But consider this: You may want to explore in ways you never felt comfortable when you were younger. Whenever I've dated younger -- anywhere from 5 to 10 years -- I found that an upbeat attitude and adventurous nature to encourage precisely the same in me. I ventured more, I accomplished more, and I relished all of it.A 40-year-old woman with a 5-year-old may find she has everything in common with a 30-year-old man with a 5-year old. Certainly, an age difference matters if it's significant enough that the biological clock comes into play.A 55-year-old woman may find a passionate and attentive lover in a 38-year-old. Unimportant if you're 34 and he's 24, or if you're 70 and he's 60. If he's 30 and wants kids -- but you're 40 and done -- you have an impasse on your hands unless other options are open.
Reason 5: If you know what you want, he's likely up to the task. Are you in transition and aware of that fact -- looking to experiment and explore?Many times this is why a woman will choose to date an older man--their lifestyles and maturity levels may be more matched.It is also important to consider not only age gaps, but ages.Dating an older man can be both fulfilling and rewarding for both parties in the relationship and, with the general liberalisation of attitudes throughout the world, the number of such types of relationships are expected to continue to grow rapidly. And what a man your own age may view as "baggage," a younger guy sees as fascinating territory you've traveled -- and you're willing to share.