recently) divorced, and you’re wondering if dating this man is a good idea. Some people might automatically say you shouldn’t date anyone who falls into this category, but I’m not a fan of telling someone whether they date someone. My approach is to help you get super realistic about what you want, and what you’re getting into, so that you can make your decision to stay or leave as as possible.You probably have a million questions on your mind. With that said, if you meet someone you’re really attracted to, but the ink on his divorce papers hasn’t yet had time to dry, you are going to need to approach some things differently if you want to minimize the risk of getting your heart broken.I found this out the hard way: I’d start a conversation with a 20-something girl…she’d laugh at all my jokes…touch my arm every 30 seconds…bite her lip and lean into me… I didn’t believe it at first…at the time, the youngest woman I was sleeping with was 37…But a couple weeks later, when some sexy 24-year-old was making me breakfast (wearing nothing but my t-shirt)…I realized how powerful these “Masculinity Moves” are.
On top of that, women who have gone through a divorce are likely worried about how men perceive them and whether they’ll ever have good sex again — which mean she might also be more generous in bed with you.If you’re into her, how can you get past her dumb “rules”? Shut down by a damn number…and punctuated by some excuse, like What a load of B. I finally got fed up…how could I show younger women that their dumb “rule” didn’t matter? It describes a type of eye contact, stance, and handshake…called “Masculinity Moves“…and when you use them together on a younger girl…Younger women like to think they have this “rule” about refusing to date men who are 10 years older than them. You’ll hit the “reset” button in her brain…so all of her her “rules” will go right out the window (and so will her inhibitions)… On the opposite end of the spectrum, this guy is clearly still pining for his wife. Sure, it might sound like an, err, interesting time (and there's nothing wrong with straight sex now and again), but this guy has wayyy too much undealt-with emotional baggage. And yet, no matter how many times you try to bring up where this is going, you get a shrug of the shoulders and "let's just keep having fun." Blech. ” It’s totally normal to feel like you want to step on the brakes and proceed with caution.