Researchers believe that women who stray from social norms have to deal with “social sanctions.” That means women who date younger guys get stressed out from the criticism they have to deal with about their relationship, so that stress puts a decrease on their quality of life.
Here are some things you should know about dating younger men from various experts: While dating a younger guy can make you feel young and fresh, science says it may also send you to an early grave.
According to a 2010 study conducted by Sven Drefahl, from the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research in Rostock, Germany, if a woman has a partner who is seven years younger than her, she has 20 percent chance of dying earlier.
After a few short-lived moments of toying around with several rebound options, she quickly settled into a new relationship.
One day when we were hanging out, she proudly told me, “Little, I am officially a cougar.” In the back of my mind, I was thinking how old could this kid be? Turns out, he was an 18-year-old sophomore who was the complete opposite of her crazy ex, as well as completely wrapped around her finger.
According to Tina There is a role reversal of sorts going on, women are more powerful, and may want men who are younger and therefore, more flexible — men who can let the woman's career and lifestyle be more important.
Because of careers and freedom issues, women are exercising more choice.” So, now we know that being a cougar can do wonders for your career.
In fact, the survey found that four in ten of the Cougars said they had “high confidence levels.” Calling it the “knock-on effect,” women become as self-assured as they are in the bedroom than they are in the boardroom.
Women who date younger men don't need to play the, “When is he going to make the first move? In fact, as the survey found, 65 percent said they regularly reached out to men first, and we're just as likely to seek out sex in new relationships aside from love.