It is fairly common these days that a mature woman dates a younger man. We have discussed this issue at great length. (Related article: Older women with younger men) This trend, like most trends, has a Domino effect. Mature women, who had never thought of younger men as potential candidates for a relationship, are now starting to look at them that way. And that is why a series of questions for us.
- What type of lifestyle is appropriate for a mature woman so that she can find a younger man?
- How to make a man desire me?
- Do you have any tips on how to get a man attracted to me?
- How do I make him notice me?
- I think I need a few makeover tips to get a young guy to like me?
- How do I seduce a young man?
While most rules of dating are the same no matter what the age of the partners, there are a few points to note when it comes to dating younger men by mature women:
- A young man, when he is attracted to an older woman, finds her attractive because of her age and experience. A woman should not try to downplay that. On the other hand, she should use it strategically.
- A mature woman need not feel self-conscious about her body or appearance. For this type of man, that is not the issue. Having said that, you should maintain your looks, not necessarily the youth. As Katie Weisman Devallees, a journalist married to a French man, while speaking to Judy Bachrach of Allure, says, "Not to look young, just to look good." She was referring to the use of plastic surgery, discreet makeup, hair color, etc. by French women.
- Be yourself. Do not try to be like him or make him become like you - in taste, in style, or experience. You have seen the world, so show it to him what you have seen. Don't expect him or force him to to be as smart or as mature as you. At the same time, don't try to dumb down so as not to offend him.
- Finally, do your research. Find out about men in the age group that you are targeting. What are they reading or listening or interested in? The more you know, the more armed you will be to seduce him. Do not be the grandma who spoils the kids, but be the kindergarten teacher who patiently teaches the student everything that he needs to know.