As of now, your dating life may not have expanded much beyond your year in college, peers at work, or the parameters you've set for yourself on Tinder. But if you're unhappy with your current dating pool, or feel stuck or misunderstood, it could be a sign you're meant to be with someone older. Going up a few or many years on the dating scene will not only expand your options, but it might even introduce you to someone who feels like a better fit. Keep in mind, though, that age isn't everything. Joshua Klapow tells Bustle.
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I have a particular interest in health, spirituality, fitness, and the mind-body connection. Older men can have sophisticated tastes; are you ready for that? Dylan Mcleod via Unsplash Public Domain. We all remember when year-old Ashley Olsen made headlines for reportedly dating year-old Bennett Miller, the director of Moneyball. And yes, I know some younger men date older women. Kyle Jones, a year-old Pittsburgh man, raised eyebrows for having a relationship with year-old great-grandmother, Marjorie McCool. All that to say, I am not being sexist, however, this article is about younger women falling in love with older men and I don't mean a few years older.
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If you have at any time in your life been single, you probably have a checklist you keep of your dream guy or girl. This list often details everything from the color of their eyes to their height, down to the very last inch. Most people calculate it by dividing their age by two and then adding seven years to that number.
But the heart wants what the heart wants, and at some point in your life, you might find yourself with a partner who is significantly older or younger than you. Nothing is guaranteed obviously, and a relationship is more about compatibility than a birthday. But as long as you can be open about your issues with the relationship, it should all end happily ever after maybe. But depending on your own social habits, hearing people say or worse, hearing that they told someone else something negative about your relationship can wear a person down.