Dating 10 years younger man
We've had the kid conversation and been very open with other, and we have awesome sex. Both of us are going back to school so we can try to get jobs that we enjoy more.
I'm done having kids, and my children will all be out of the house in a few years, and he doesn't want kids of his own.
He's the beneficiary of your lessons and your humor, and yes, that experience applies to the way you handle yourself in bed. Sure, we all tend to grow more opinionated as we get a little older, and some of us are young at heart and open-minded forever.
But we may be more likely to find an enthusiastic cheerleader and non-judgmental partner in a person who is on the younger side.
But consider this: You may want to explore in ways you never felt comfortable when you were younger. Whenever I've dated younger -- anywhere from 5 to 10 years -- I found that an upbeat attitude and adventurous nature to encourage precisely the same in me. I ventured more, I accomplished more, and I relished all of it.
I don't think it's a big deal, especially as you get older. I think the biggest thing is being in the same kind of place in life.
We are both frugal in about the same ways, have about the same level of cleanliness, and we both like having our own things to do.
It's also not like you're going to age 10 years in one day.
Belief systems and values have little to do with the year of your birth.
A 40-year-old woman with a 5-year-old may find she has everything in common with a 30-year-old man with a 5-year old. Certainly, an age difference matters if it's significant enough that the biological clock comes into play.
Naturally, a vibrant approach to each day can be present at any age.