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Finding love at 50, 60 or more: This is what you should know about mature men

Times change and couples “and were happy forever” are scarcer every day, so it is not uncommon to see men and women return to seek love at 50, 60 or even later. We all look forward to having someone in our life who loves us and whom to love and, that never changes, no matter how old we are. But if we talk about the adult couples then everything is same like mature couples. For more check out the trivia questions for adults.

Things every woman should know about mature men and love at 50 or more

1. Older men feel very proud of their masculinity

A great mistake that women make when they reach maturity is that by demonstrating that we are able to fend for ourselves, we try to compete with men and pretend to behave like them.

Of course, you can achieve what you set out to do, but that does not mean that you adopt the role of the man. The feminine force is wonderful and is complementary to the masculine power. The union is the power of the couple.

They are proud of their masculinity and are eager to protect and care for their wives. It is an almost instinctive feeling. Think about it like that, does that really hurt you?

2. They prefer to show love with deeds rather than words

Women love to hear beautiful words and to repeat us a thousand times how much they love us, but for men, especially for those who already have experience in life, words are not important, they prefer to act.

Remember how many times in the past you have verified that words really do not show anything and how easily the wind takes them. Don’t worry if you start dating a mature man and he is not too “affectionate with words.”

Remember that men who look for love at 50 or later, prefer to show their feelings with facts. If he is kind and does things for you, he is telling you that he cares.

3. Mature men are more willing to give and you must learn to receive:

Even if you are an independent woman, if you are looking for love in maturity, remember that they feel happy when they can give and do things for the woman they want. While in youth, men can be selfish and think first of their personal satisfaction, past the equator of life, their perspective on relationships changes.

Learn to receive with gratitude what your new partner offers you, however small. It’s not just about material things, but especially attitudes. If he wants to help you with some daily work or to solve a problem, allow it. And remember to thank you. Gratitude and recognition will be your best reward and will want to continue doing things for you.

4. Do not intend to impose your opinion on how it should be, nor do you intend to change it

This is one of the biggest mistakes we can make when we look for love at 50, 60 or 20. Do not try to set rules on how it should be, how it should behave or what it should like. Mature men have long defined their personality and it will not be you who can change them.

If you start dating a man whose personality, manners or behaviors you don’t like, why try to change him? Wouldn’t it be smarter to accept that this man doesn’t go with you? Do not behave like a teenager unable to see when a person is not for you, the experience of your years of life should also be noted in this.\

If you don’t like the way it is, follow your path and let him follow his.

5. Mature men are fed up with meaningless demands

Assume it, surely you are not only looking for romantic love, but you would also like to find stability to live the rest of your life in peace. And that is perfect and very natural.

However, that does not mean that when you start dating a man, you will interview him as if he were running for the management position of a company. Questions like how much he earns, what properties he has or how much he pays for his ex-wife, not only makes no sense but they are the fastest way to scare a man.

And even if you consider that you deserve the best (and certainly we all deserve it) do not demand that I take you to the best restaurants or give you expensive gifts, if you want to start dating you. Everything in life is progressive and if love arises, he will be happy to give you the best, yes, within his means.

6. Don’t criticize him when he is trying to do something for you

As I said before, mature men show their love with actions, and always want to give their best. But if a man tries to help you and you criticize him because he does not do things well or is very slow or does it in a different way from yours, then you will be killing his good disposition and eventually his feelings.

No person likes to be criticized and less by his partner when he is trying his best to please her. Basically, criticism is a lack of recognition of their good intentions. If you don’t want the next time you ask for help, tell you no, let him do things his way, don’t criticize him and thank him, even if he doesn’t get it. What is worth is the intention.

7. Don’t expect him to think like a woman

Although it seems that it is an irrefutable truth that men and women are different and, there are hundreds of experts writing books to remind us, the reality is that women easily forget it.

Reflect a little on your past sentimental experiences and try to be objective. How many times have you not expected your former partners to think, act and reason as if they were a woman? You ended up frustrated, that’s for sure. And it is that men do not think as we do women, no matter how much we insist on it.

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If you have reached maturity, it is time for you to put into practice what life (sometimes beating) has taught you. They think and act differently. If you want something from a man you should ask clearly and not wait for him to intuit or guess. If he does something that bothers you or hurts you, tell him so that he has no doubt. That “he should realize” does not work, no matter how old he is.

Christopher Stern

Christopher Stern is a Washington-based reporter. Chris spent many years covering tech policy as a business reporter for renowned publications. He has extensive experience covering Congress, the Federal Communications Commission, and the Federal Trade Commissions. He is a graduate of Middlebury College. Email:[email protected]

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