If his plans are to travel the world and live in 10 different countries in the next 5 years you may find that doesn’t fit with your vision of commitment.You need to ask yourself this set of questions; what have his relationships been like? You don’t need to ask these in a serious or interrogating way, you can just approach the subject casually.Our Souls at Night, a movie about a widowed pair in their 70s who climb through each other's windows for booty calls, has just been released in the US.And Australian columnist Kerri Sackville has just written a how-to-survive dating book for older women — inspired by her own horrific and hilarious experiences — that is currently sitting on her agent's desk.If it doesn’t, ask yourself if your vision is something that you would be able to change and if it’s not, think seriously about how much time you can risk investing in this man.Bottom Line: Don’t make foolish generalizations about age!It follows numerous recent articles examining the experiences — and cultural significance — of older women, including from Australia's Jane Caro and journalists from the New York Times.
These have a lot to do with whether he is willing to commit.
You really can decipher an incredible amount from what a guy says even on the first few dates.
Look at the language he uses, look at the nature of his life and see if yours fits in with your vision for your life.
Dating older men is not the easy answer to finding lasting commitment.
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