Dont' waste your time, and don't allow yourself to be used by someone who is just looking for some novel experience that they can brag about with their friends.
You had a nice date with a young man who found you attractive.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... I told him one day I would raise up off my pillow but my skin would still be laying there..thought it was funny but the truth is..wouldn't feel that way later. We met at my daughters wedding and he continues to stay in my life. I don't care which age is the elder this would be wrong. probably the same reason they tell other older women to cut their hair short - so that they aren't more attractive or envious of them.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. He is trying real hard to get me to date him but I know it is a bad idea. I just wish a man my age, who is just as handsome would find me as attractive as these younger men do. I wanna grow old with some guy and debate in 20 years who is uglier..know which one of us is. Age is just a number but at the same time that is 2 generations gap...(or so)Flattering to be wanted by someone that young...don't get me wrong..at the same time if I met up with someone that much age difference it would be just as friends or if I was interested in their daughter.comparing him to anyone's son is complete and utter nonsense. OP - forget all this speculation from others (and yourself, as well) on this thread about the motivations of the man for going out then disappearing. The point is, if you are going to frame someone's behavior toward you in terms of his age, then that is on YOU.When a man gets gray hair and a few wrinkles, he looks distinguishes. When a woman does, she looks "tired." If I were you, i'd date within my generation, or perhaps a bit older. On a side note, if the guy hasn't contacted you, then he's not interested. He's also filthy rich although neither of them started out that way. Not gone, just trying to accept reality and move on.
These forums attract all sorts of viewpointes, and I guess that is how it should be. But he would have had an afffair and eventually left me for a woman he could have kids with. Having said that, there is a guy who is 29 and he does not want children.
They met when he was in his 20's and she in her 40's with a kid.
Oh, and for all the people who post about money on here and what kind of relationship it buys, the villas start at 1.2 million.
I recently decided to go back to meeting new people after a year long relationship ended. He's probably decided he'd rather stick to his own age group....maybe you should too???? When I was 43 I was in a three year relationship with a guy who went from 27-30. He told me his dad was married to a woman 15 years older than him so he doesn't see the issue. OP, All this smoke 'n' mirrors(my friend said I should; the other 3 were my own age)doesn't disguise your bottom-line questionto which the answer is a resounding "yes."If you want to date younger, you can. By "can" I mean, you don't need any-frickin-body's approval. Just date in the age range with which you feel comfortable.
I was initially hesitant, but a friend encouraged just to see it as "dating practice" (the suggestion being, I think, that I should not get too hung up on the results, just to put myself out there and take some risks of meeting new people)I had four coffee dates with four different and very nice men. Maybe he wanted a MILF.....just didn't fit the bill when he met you??? He wanted to marry me but I released him to the wind. OP: I would agree with 7thour's position, on this: the BOY wanted a roll in the proverbial hay with you, dear - that's it. probably the same reason they tell other older women to cut their hair short - so that they aren't more attractive or envious of them.)Brookfield gentleman(? His age is not a reflection on his behavior as much as it is a reflection on your insecurities.
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I worried the age thing would be a problem socially for b0th of us. Kudos to him for being so polite and spending time with you!