How to Make An Older Man Want You? 5 Signs An Older Man is Falling in Love With You
It’s a fantastic feeling when an older man falls in love with you. After so many years of being on his own, he’s finally found the woman he wants to spend the rest of his life with. But just because he’s fallen in love with you doesn’t mean he’ll profess his love right away. To determine if an older man is falling in love with you, keep your eyes open for these five signs.
How to make an older man want you?
As someone who’s previously dated both younger and older men, I can tell you: Men over 50 have a different sense of humour and energy than their younger counterparts. At my core, I’m a bit of a goofball (in case it wasn’t obvious), so I appreciate being around guys who can laugh at my jokes (even if they don’t get them).
Older men tend to be more open-minded about dating women outside their generation—and society as a whole is increasingly shifting towards accepting intergenerational relationships. So if that’s your thing, it makes sense to consider an older guy for your next date!
1) He Tries to Spend as Much Time with You as Possible
You know those first dates where he insists on walking you home, or maybe he drives all your way home so that he can make sure that you get there safely? That’s a perfect sign. Suppose he’s making a special effort to spend as much time with you as possible (even when it seems inconvenient). In that case, that probably means that he likes what he sees and wants to get to know more about you. If that’s not enough of a sign for him enjoying you already, then wait; it gets better from here.
He Acts Like He Doesn’t Want to Let You Go
Men like you will often want to spend as much time with you as possible. This might be especially true if they feel like they have something great going on. And when we think we have something great going on—we don’t want it to end. He Keeps Asking About Your Day: If a guy cares about someone, he wants to hear about their day and how things went at work or school or wherever else they go during their day-to-day lives.
2) He Asks for Your Advice, Whether it’s About Work or Life
Older men are usually set in their ways. If he wants your opinion on things, it’s a big deal; and if he’s telling you what to do—that’s even bigger. Whether it comes to work or life decisions, if your man wants your input, it means he thinks you have wisdom that he lacks.
It can be as simple as asking, “That does you believe does seem to be preferable?” This coat or that one? What he’s asking for is a validation of his look and appreciation of your answer (i.e., yes, he looks good). The fact that he’s seeking out your thoughts says something about how much respect he has for you. And that’s a huge sign he’s falling in love.
3) He tells his friends and family about you
When a guy mentions his girlfriend to his friends and family, he likes you. You probably made a great impression on him when he introduced you to them. If he talks about how great you are, he’s proud of being your boyfriend, which is good. It also means that if any of his friends want to be your boyfriend after meeting him, they can forget about it! He’s one-of-kind, so don’t be surprised if his brothers start taking after him when it comes to their girlfriends. Older men appreciate good women who won’t bring them down and will try their best not to bring them down either.
4) He Loves That You Are Confident, Independent and Have Your Ideas About What Life Should be Like
You can take care of yourself and handle life just fine on your own. You don’t need a boyfriend or husband to lean on, making you someone he wants to be around. He respects that, plus he also knows that it would be easier for you if anything happened to him because of your strength.
Older men respect confidence and independence; they don’t want weak women who have to rely on them for everything. Instead, they look for independent women to stand on their own two feet and do what needs to be done without constantly checking in with their partners. And when a guy falls in love with you, he will feel like all his dreams are coming true—because instead of having to support you financially, emotionally or otherwise (as other guys might), he gets to love you and spend time with you.
Love isn’t about taking from another person; it’s about giving instead. When a guy loves you, he wants nothing more than to make sure that your life is as happy as possible—and often, that means being there for other people when they need help.
5) He Stays Awake When he’s Talking to You, Even if it’s Late at Night
He might be tired, but it doesn’t matter to him; he wants to keep talking to you. Older men are not accustomed to staying up past midnight, but that’s precisely what they’ll do when around you. He’s Dedicated: Many women find themselves doubting whether their boyfriends like them or if they’re passing the time until something better comes along.
Pay attention if your man seems reluctant about moving forward in your relationship or appears overly hesitant about making plans for a long-term commitment. This may signify that he isn’t ready for anything serious and needs more time before deciding where he sees himself and his life going – and how much of it includes you.
If you’re looking for a new relationship, always be mindful of your feelings and desires. If a potential partner fails to meet your standards or give you what you need, move on. And don’t be afraid to ask yourself: Why do I want this person? Is it really because he (or she) makes me happy, or am I just missing my mark? Although two people are also at ease at the end of the trial when they want to be together, another lonely heart yearning for something it will never have.