6 Ways to Make An Older Man Fall For You

How many of you have fallen for a guy who isn’t interested in you or even know that you exist? At some point in our lives, most women have experienced rejection. This dilemma extends to even the most beautiful women in the world, mind you.

If you’re in love with an older guy, you have to be smart. The way to an older man’s heart is a bit of a winding road–it might take a bit more than a flirty glance or a sweet text message to get his attention, which those techniques might work like a charm on a guy who’s 25.  Younger men have slightly different needs and likes than a mature one. You have to have a plan of attack and know when to use it, subtly. It’s not about the thrill of the chase here. Older guys are established and secure, you have got to show him that you not only fit into his life, but bring a lot to the table.

The key is to make him realize that he likes you rather than forcing him into a relationship too soon. Older men might move a bit slower than younger guys, but you’ll find they are worth the wait and extra bit of effort.

Consider these 6 tips when trying to get an older man to fall for you:

1. Scan the competition
You will never go far into making him fall for you if you don’t know what your mature man likes. Know what he wants in a woman and do things better! Men are not as superficial as women think. Looks alone will not lure them into falling for someone. They are looking for a person who is relationship-worthy. Be that lady.

2. Ask for his protection and opinion
Men have a primal instinct to protect, and they also want to feel needed. While all men want to feel important, mature men appreciate this gesture more. It is an assurance that they are still very much useful despite their age. Do not mistake this for being needy. There’s a big difference. They hate that. Be a damsel in distress from time to time and give a lot of credit and appreciation for when your knight rescues you.

3. Have sex with his brain
Mature men value a good conversation. They want a good talk that’s fun and intellectual at the same time. If you want to make a strong impact, be meaningful. Research about the things that he’s passionate about and start from there. Be more of a listener than a talker. Make him feel that what he’s saying matters a whole lot.

4. Don’t scrimp on the praises
Guess what ladies? Men love this too! But here’s the thing: they love to be praised when there’s a need for it and not just for the sake of getting one. When he does something good, make sure to let him know that whatever he did is highly appreciated.

5. Keep things simple
Women are known for favoring verbal jargons and giving mixed signals. Men hate this because their brains are wired for simplicity, especially mature men. They don’t have time for unnecessary mind games. If you’re having a hard time being verbal, then show him how you feel.

6. Stay confident
Make your man feel that he matters without losing your identity. Never lose that aura of confidence. Men adore that. They favor a woman who knows what she wants and has a strong purpose in life. Make the man feel that he is a vital part of your world but not your whole world.

2 responses to “6 Ways to Make An Older Man Fall For You”

  1. Diane Avatar

    I fell for a mature man who eventually became my husband, and so i can relate to the 6 points in this article.

    He talked about music, art, and other subjects with passion, which was so different to men of my own age.

    I got to love talking about subjects that I had never shown much interest in, as he genuinely seemed to value my opinions. That scored him a lot of good points!

  2. Georgy Avatar

    I unfortunately fell for an older man who was 47. After finding out how I felt he used it to keep flirting with me and leading me on with an idea that we’d spend time together getting to know each other. However i was only ever a bit of fun and a piece if nothing – not even worth getting to know.

    So don’t be fooled that the older they are the more safer you are. Sometimes it’s the older they are the more vulnerable you are and their maturity leaves a lot to be desired.

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