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The patriarchal tradition accompanied by marketing campaigns convinced a modern gentleman that marriage and family are no longer valuable phenomena.
By all means, men have their right to decide what kind of behavior is appropriate for them.
We just want you to understand that ‘live fast, die young’ type of life is great for adolescents but has nothing to do with maturity.
Because I do dating profile critiques and edits, I have multiple profiles on a few different sites.
You will easily find your date soon from there with an ease.
Their mobile app home page is devoid of any face that looks older than 35. I received twice as many emails from guys from out of state on Match than I do on OKC. That’s “too old.” These women want someone vibrant and active. It’s one of those indefensible arguments often offered to justify someone’s own ambivalence and fear that comes with aging.
Again, much like OKC, my views, winks and emails are mostly from men from other states or guys in the suburbs. All of this got me to thinking about so many men and women in their late thirties and older seem to refuse to even consider dating someone their own age. The following points are some of the benefits of dating someone over 35. They have similar frames of reference for things - Being able to quote “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” or reference the media meltdown that occurred when “Thirtysomething” aired a scene of two men in bed without having to explain why or how it was so controversial just makes conversation easier and helps people to bond.
Promiscuous sexual behavior or occasional meetings are excluded while healthy relationships with possible marriage and having children are appreciated.
We are not trying to imitate deep prudence – such action would look amazingly artificial in the modern world.
Your future is your own destiny, and only you have the power to change it. Finding the right man who's attractive, successful and more importantly, single, can be achieved by training your mindset to believe this is achievable.