For instance, if you’re 30 and you’re dating a 24-year-old, he may enjoy playing video games for hours with his buddies and drinking until he’s sick at a local pub, while you left that stuff behind in college *which he likely recently emerged from* and have moved on to more classy pastimes.This difference in preferred activities doesn’t have to be a deal breaker though.If you date a younger man who hasn’t got around to having kids yet, you won’t have to worry about any potentially awkward introductions, especially if you have your own children.Your man having less responsibility at work may mean he’ll be more likely to respond to a spontaneous request for a date, or be able to take off early for a weekend getaway without being concerned about what he’s left behind at the office.However, make sure you don’t stay with a younger guy you aren’t really into just for these perks, as that’s pretty shallow.Furthermore, if you don’t enjoy this special attention, or you feel like he’s dating you just for the ego boost, it’s time to have a talk with him.
He may blow up during a fight, or give you the cold shoulder after a disagreement, instead of trying to work things out calmly and maturely.
He may also make minor social gaffes, such as flirting with other girls while you’re in the room or texting too much while you two are having dinner with your family.
Depending on how much mileage he’s racked up outside of relationships, he may be fumbly in bed and require you to teach him things. [Read: 50 questions on relationship compatibility you need to ask yourself] #3 Younger men sometimes lack full-time employment.
If you’re dating a younger guy who’s still in school or has recently graduated, he may not have a job, or at least not one that allows him to fully support himself.
The lack of time he spends at work will make him more available to spend time with you, but you may spend the majority of your nights together snuggling in front of the television, because he won’t have the money to pay for expensive dates *even if you offer to split the bill*.