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Sparklyeyes, I would recommend identifying somewhere in your profile something like, "As far as dating goes I prefer men in the age range of _____, but am open to all ages for friendship".
makes it YOUR choice) but lets people know your preferences. Carmella, I prefer the younger guys too because I feel I have more in common with them too and their energy but it's the older guys that contact me more which is a bit of a drag. To everyone who whines about not finding a date, maybe you should take a good look at yourself, not the people whom you are trying to attract.
Thus if they don't respect your preference by still hitting on you then you can either say, "Thanks but as my profile says, I am only interested in friendship", or you can not respond at all since they didn't have the courtesy of respecting your preferences. I'd like to have more fun.."I'm 43..feel and told (sometimes) i look 34."Hey, Scotty, I am 53 and people tell me I look ten years younger; I take it with a grain of salt--you should, too. Why not put the ages that you are interested in on your profile?
Falling for someone is a process that comes with all kinds of questions along the way.
Lately I've seen a lot of my friends dating older men and women.
Or younger people's immaturity repels similar-aged individuals. ) Likewise, sometimes older people feel they missed that whole wild fling stage and have an rare second chance.
When it comes to the subject of love we always hope that there are no real significant barriers to its success.
There's never going to be a magic number of years between you two that determines whether or not it'll work out.
So whether you're dating someone younger than you or unfairly judging someone for doing so, here are some assumptions you might want to check at the door.