From the earliest days of dating your Good Man through years of marriage to him, it is inherent in his being a man that he constantly risks rejection by you. We do think you're crazy sometimes, but only because it makes things easier for us. Once I accepted that women were "crazy" (many older guys had insisted they were for years), it seemed to take a huge load of pressure off me. No longer was I trying to rationalize moves that women made that got me into crazy analysis cycles.
Always in an initial encounter with a woman, there is a chance that by touching her you are threatening her personal space. Bottom: Lineages through time plot of the ground-truth tree. I am so glad I found it. I came across your blog doing research for my post about dating men over the age of 40. I have quoted you directly and linked back.
I just think guys across the board are more sports-obsessed than women are. Or maybe you're not putting yourself in the best environments to meet the right person, or that when you do, you don't feel confident enough. Lots of us, both men and 5ks.com
women, have had bad relationships or dating experiences that have hurt us or made us hesitant.
Guys who want a long term relationship, like to think that the woman is just as interested as him. Like I said, there are exceptions to every rule, and just because there can be some disadvantages to dating women who are younger or in your age range doesn't mean you should avoid them.
Whether your date is looking for something more casual or is ready to settle down, it's always better to call it off earlier rather than further down the dating line when it has become clear you two are looking for different things out of a partnership.