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And I've added a couple of my own tips for good measure, since I am the younger woman and all. DON' T point out how "cute" his first grey chest hair is (OOPS).
But I've been watching and compiled a list of DOs and DON' Ts from Jess's experience dating the sophisticated Dermot Mulroney as Fancypants, who's a whopping twelve years older.
With seniors, grad students, and working 20-somethings to swoon over, dating an older guy is an appealing option.
At the same time, some collegiettes love pursuing freshmen boys when they’re upperclass(wo)men: a younger guy’s carefree spirit is endearing, he probably doesn’t know your ex, and, let’s be honest, age is just a number when a gorgeous guy comes along.
(Um, probably don’t do this, you guys.) It wasn’t like I was stupid. But I didn’t have enough experience or wisdom (as opposed to intelligence) to completely understand what I was getting into.
I thought I was totally prepared to deal with the daily realities of having a boyfriend who was older than me by a decade-plus, which turned out to be less than correct.
I think most parents are more concerned with the character of the person that their children date rather than their age. I want to know that my children will be loved, respected, and treated kindly by their dates. I have a friend who ended up marrying a man who is older than her own mother. Her mother wasn't very happy at first, but now that they are married, I think she has come to terms with it.
Dang, I thought I'd already written a hub on this topic, but apparently haven't gotten around to it yet ;).My own husband is five years older than both of my parents, and a year younger than my stepdad.