Man dating older women
In my opinion, age has nothing to do with our relationship.
In our twenty-five years together, we have never had a serious problem and we are still very happy."—Paolo, 64 "Pat is very special.
Editor's note: Emmanuel Macron is a favorite to win the French presidential election this Sunday, but he's making headlines for more than his political success.
At 64, Macron's wife Brigitte is 24 years older than him.
They first met when he was 15 and she was a 39-year-old teacher at his school.
She divorced her first husband and married Macron 14 years later.
Resolutely, Fred abandoned the "young woman trial period." He knew he liked older women and that was his standard. It's adventurous for both of us, because it's a whole new exciting journey.
Younger women just don't allow me to grow in the ways older women do." "My first relationship with an older woman—I was 20 and she was 36—lasted two and a half years.
(I was 39 and she was 55 then.) Our relationship is unique, because it's not just built on sex, but on trust, respect and love.
The unusual relationship and age gap isn't making waves in France, but it's getting a lot of attention in other parts of the world.
In "Older Women, Younger Men: New Options for Love and Romance," authors Felicia Brings and Susan Winter interviewed more than 200 men to discover the allure of the so-called "Mrs.
Robinson syndrome." You'll be surprised at what men find appealing about older women.
We've made our position known and shared the thoughts and experiences of the women to whom we talked. One important question we asked was what they felt an older woman has to offer.