Dating a african man

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That includes cooking elaborate meals, pretending you enjoy baseball and agreeing to watch old war movies. If you don’t want to do something or don’t like something, speak on it.

Don’t keep it to yourself and sulk or moan about it. The fact that I wrote this article should tell you that age does matter.

Dating an older man can teach you a lot, especially about yourself (and what you do and don’t want in a partner), but it’s not always the easiest of relationships. Just in case you’re thinking of getting serious with a fella quite a few years older or even decades older than you, here are a few things you might want to keep in mind before you get it crackin’.

Depending on how old the man you’re seeing is, he might have certain goals he’s trying to finish accomplishing.

Don’t start changing things about yourself to mold into wifey-material, just because he knows he wants to settle down soon.

It’s okay to take interest in things he has a passion for, but don’t start doing things you know you can’t stand to make a good impression. All that *I know you can read my mind so you should know I’m hella pissed* way of doing things could get you ignored by an older man real quick. So if you’re upset about something substantial, don’t be afraid to calm yourself down, open your mouth and let it be known that you’ve been hurt by his actions.

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Know soon into a relationship with an older man where you all stand on different things that could be a big deal in the future, including kids, marriage, and your feelings on cohabitation and more, and you should be able to make the relationship work as if you were dating someone the same age as you.

Instead of cussing them good, just say, “No comment.” Don’t come in thinking you’ve found a sugar daddy, or that because he’s older he will have his life together and be wise. He might be in a world of debt and have a sideways way of thinking as opposed to an IRA account and a wealth of wisdom from past experiences.

Every man is different, and sometimes change of self doesn’t come with a change in age.

Joking from time to time is cool, but don’t get too comfortable trying to blame certain issues on his age.

(“Just because you’re 44 and you don’t like to do ___ doesn’t mean ___.”) Just as you wouldn’t want him to continuously blame certain things you do on your age (like you’re a child), I wouldn’t recommend doing the same. An older man might know what he wants for himself in the next span of years, but so do his family members.

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