Tell parents dating older man


They’re usually mid-forties with the years etched on their chiselled faces. He can afford to take you places Not only does he know where to take you but he has the means to do so. Neither of you are hoping to hit a milestone You’re years off kids and he’s been and done marriage.

He looks like a movie star He reminds you of a leading man in a film.

But if he ticks more than six of the following boxes, he may well be a keeper. His friends are older grown-ups like him and he considers them far less interesting than you. He drives a great car / rides a Vespa Stylish older guys can get away with a trendy bike just as much as young ones. He loves your face, your hair, your body, considers you some sort of goddess.

He has great dress sense He’s had years to find his style and he’s used them wisely. You had them on posters up on your wall and now you’re sitting opposite a lookalike at dinner. He doesn’t make a big deal out of his dating skills ‘It’s your turn to plan a date’… You’re free to enjoy each others’ company without such expectations of the other person.

The fact of the matter is most people spend very little time researching and getting to know the other person before they start dating, they just jump into the relationship. They have fears of unwanted pregnancy, date rape, drug use, physical abuse, or simply having their children get a needless and unnecessary broken heart.