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The UK is a big place, so it's not hard to believe that it can be tricky meeting new people your own age with the same interestes and goals in life as yourself.
(Then again, just because a guy wants to date a younger girl, doesn't necessarily mean she wants to date him!
)As a woman over 30, I decided to try to get to the bottom of this conundrum by asking a series of straight, unmarried men in their 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s to find out why some actually prefer to date “older” women.
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We have that receiver mentality, as opposed to a giver. We all still dream of meeting the rich man, but there are only so many of them. REAPING A GOOD HARVEST How would you define a full life for a woman?
But basically, necessity pushes you into accepting that and making the shift because it is just not a reality. I got to the place where I had to settle into the fact that I might not get married, and that wasn’t disturbing to me anymore because I really have a very enjoyable life, but just let’s deal with the reality if you don’t get married. I think that a full life is peace with God first of all; and then rich, invested relationships that make you thrive and make the people in your life thrive because you are in their lives; and then a sense of accomplishment, of fulfilling your purpose, of discovering your gifts and exploiting them to the utmost to serve other people.
I have divided the Q&A into three categories: reality check, reaping a good harvest, and the value of a man.