Monday, June 29, 2009

Tips on Dating Older Women

Be a gentleman. Any woman wants to be treated with respect.

Take your time and develop a relationship.

Have fun and enjoy your self. Don’t come on too strong.

Use your charm. Charm her with your good manners. Smile. Be attentive. Make eye contact and keep the conversation going. Make her feel like she is the only woman in the world.

Take her flowers. Make this an on going thing. Never stop.

Give compliments. Compliment her appearance, hair, eyes. But also compliment her intellect.

Try not to hog the conversation talking about your self.

Be positive. Leave your negativity at home.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Date Older Women

Men date older women for all types of reasons. It could be because of their experience, self confidence and wisdom. They know who they are and what they want. Older women are past the game playing in their relationships. One of the biggest reasons younger men like older women is that they find older women to be very, very sexy.

Age difference in a relationship is not as important as people think. What matters is whether a couple can create a partnership and build an enjoyable life together.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

The Art of Flirting

Attracting a younger man or older woman can be fun and exciting. Here are some easy tips for flirting.

Body language. Keep your arms open, stand tall, smile. Remember, a person sizes you up before you ever open your mouth from non verbal information. Be approachable.

Eye contact. Look discreetly at first. Keep giving glances. Once you have locked eyes keep looking.

Small talk. Learn the art of making conversation. Don’t think too long before you open your mouth. Be sure it is upbeat and has some humor. Keep the conversation going.

Make it fun. Keep a balance between being engaging enough to retain someone’s attention and not seeming overly available. Think about how fun and confident you are. If it is fun for you it will be fun for them.

Above all, make sure that whatever you do and say that it will make the person comfortable being around you.