In order to date a younger man, create the mental frequency for his response. Chances are he'll be more spontaneous and adventurous than you're used to. He's apt to push you to a new understanding of a social situation, or open your thinking to a new perspective. Because a younger man hasn't had the time to learn the routine of dating, he may throw you off a bit... Lacking the additional years of acquired gamesmanship, he's often more natural and honest in his courtship. So, if your default is to pullout the known "this-always-works trick," forget it. There will be exciting differences A younger man will force you to grow. He may not listen to the same type of music or use the same reference points in conversation that are familiar to you.
He lacks the polish his older counterparts possess in countering your moves. He may have a completely different worldview -- one freer and more open.
The connection you share will be one of resonance, not formula.
There will be enough commonality to connect you, but enough differences to excite you.
Be ready to do the "unexpected date," go to the novel location and experience the unknown. Be willing to let go of what you know and enter the new. You may not be the one in control The term "Cougar" conjures up images of a stealth hunter on the prowl for her next easy prey. While former versions of dating assumed male and female roles, today's younger guys prefer to create original models.