They're more willing to commit and to talk things out in order to make the relationship work.Most importantly, older women are less likely to run when things get difficult, which they just about always do.It only lasted as long as it did because she was one of the prettiest girls I've ever dated -- that and she was a singer… I know a lot of guys in their 20s and 30s feel that a younger woman is better. I’m sorry, but I’ll take matured over inexperienced any day of the week and I have 10 good reasons for it.Ten good reasons for dating an older woman are the following: An intelligent older woman will have lived through more experiences and be capable of relaying more interesting information than a younger woman.Either way, it sometimes takes quite a bit of time for people to explore their options and find themselves before they find their purpose in life.
Sure, at a certain age, a woman's body begins to deteriorate. If you are with a woman that you can’t learn anything from, then you are with the wrong woman.Back then, a two-year age difference was a decade age difference.I only dated a younger woman -- back then, girl -- once, and it didn’t last very long.I hate to spoil the surprise, but the same happens with men. I wish I could get into better detail, but unfortunately I haven’t quite figured out how they do it yet. The right woman will be the woman who surprises you and impresses you for your whole life.Honestly, if a woman keeps a healthy diet and exercises regularly, she can look smoking well into her 50s. She will be the woman you never stop chasing because you never stop trying to figure her out, trying to explain how it’s possible that she could make you love her so much.I've felt this way about older women since I can remember.In sixth grade, for example, I had a crush on a girl in the eighth grade.However, we are much less accustomed to seeing relationships in which the woman is noticeably older than the man.The research suggests that not only does dating younger men allow women to break down some social norms and barriers that might otherwise be present during heterosexual sexual interactions, but women reported high levels of sexual pleasure and satisfaction within these intimate partnerships. Milaine Alarie at the Institut National de la Research Scientifique, in Montreal, interviewed 55 women aged 30 to 60 who reported having relationships with younger men (termed "age-hypogamous intimate relationships").In that sense, women reported on their experience of dating as well as casually sleeping with partners. Women were attracted to younger men's sexual stamina.Over the course of the interviews, women in the study reported that they were more sexually drawn to younger men because they believed younger partners had more to offer sexually.