30 year old dating younger man
A man five or so years younger may be more capable of going as many rounds in the bedroom as you desire, and may be more inclined to hit the streets for a quick jog more often too!*Disclaimer: For the very fit older men out there, your existence is recognized – this is just generally speaking!Recently though, as women have become more socially, psychologically, and sexually liberated, some have begun to ignore social prejudices by dating younger men, sometimes with that five to seven year age gap between themselves and their partners. If you see or hear of one of these unconventional couples, your first instinct might be to giggle and make jokes about “robbing the cradle” or “cougars,” but is an older woman dating a younger man really so bad?Let’s take a look at the main reasons why you may want to consider a younger man for a significant other, as well as reasons why not.If you’re dating a younger guy who’s still in school or has recently graduated, he may not have a job, or at least not one that allows him to fully support himself.The lack of time he spends at work will make him more available to spend time with you, but you may spend the majority of your nights together snuggling in front of the television, because he won’t have the money to pay for expensive dates *even if you offer to split the bill*.While there won’t be much difference in energy level between a 20-year-old and a 25-year-old, or a 25-year-old and a 30-year-old, once you get past the early thirties, you may see some notable differences.
[Read: 22 big early warning signs of a bad boyfriend] #4 Younger men may worship the ground that you walk on.
#2 Younger men can be clueless when it comes to relationships.
Although they tend to be less cynical, there’s commonly a negative side to men who lack relationship experience too.
For instance, if you’re 30 and you’re dating a 24-year-old, he may enjoy playing video games for hours with his buddies and drinking until he’s sick at a local pub, while you left that stuff behind in college *which he likely recently emerged from* and have moved on to more classy pastimes.
This difference in preferred activities doesn’t have to be a deal breaker though.