Older divorced men dating younger women

Be cautious men, these women are looking for you to do it all over again and that means house and children.

Here is what I have found: For single men the options are plentiful. It seems that the breakdown of available women fall into the following categories: 1.

There are millions of men over 40 who are single but unable to attract and date a decent woman.

Divorce rates are at historically high rates, which means there are also millions of divorced men who end up single after 30, 40, 50 or 60 not knowing what to do about the lack of attractive women in their lives.

They will want to grow old with you and have an age appropriate relationship with you.

From my experience there are few men who are looking to date their contemporaries.

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