And not just because these men are “going through a midlife crisis.” (Though, admittedly, sometimes that is true.) In the hundreds of impromptu interviews I’ve conducted over the years with single (and hitched) men, a few commonalities have emerged. And yet statistics show that women over 40, 50 and 60 have lower—way lower, like cross-your-fingers-and-pray— chances of meeting a long term partner.
In fact, most men who are looking for a long term, committed relationship do want a woman with similar life experience, which often actually means a lady closer to their own age.
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They enjoy showing off their much younger date as some sort of trophy or prize.
I know plenty of “older” women who are fun and playful and spontaneous and kick-ass awesome—single and otherwise.
We sympathize, but technology keeps improving and we have to keep up, too.
Bonus: If we can do this we’ll be a lot happier with or without a man!
Of course, we’re still going to have our kids and our schedules and our careers and our past heart-breaks, because If we embrace the struggles that have given us the very life experience a mature man (or anyone) finds appealing, we give ourselves permission to reconnect with our own childlike spirit.