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swancmanParticipantFebruary 16, 2014 at 2:35 pm #47879
Hello. I got together with a woman and, long story short, I found out she is older than me (at least 5 years older; I’m 23 years old). The night went well and she wanted to get together again but I’m nervous about the whole thing. I’m interested in her but I’m not sure how to approach the situation. Do I need to do things differently? If it turns out I really like her and what makes things serious how do I tell her? I could definitely use some advice on this situation, especially from any women who are older than me. If any guys here have been in this same situation I’d love to hear your advice as well!
babyluvs3ParticipantMarch 6, 2014 at 1:28 pm #48879
first off thank for taking the time, which shows sincerity and interest, in the woman you are with. To find out about things you feel you don’t understand.
First off you really don’t need to do anything differently than you do with a younger woman. We are no different. Well, other than we may have more experience in certain areas of life. But we want love, and relationship too. That being said, just be your sweet self. Get to know your woman better, and that in itself will tell you what she wants.
Be kind and honest too her. If you feel yourself getting serious about the relationship, this is the only thing that may be different with an older woman. You can actually talk more freely about it. Ask her what her expectations are before you get in too deep.
You most certainly don’t want to fall head over heals in love with someone if they are not looking for that serious of a relationship.
Make sure you know the boundaries…
Just don’t rush things, Good luck 🙂
allonmyown11ParticipantMarch 6, 2014 at 10:20 pm #48917
i agree tread softly, see what she wants and determine whether you can deal with that.
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