I like the idea of resolutions, but can’t seem to make them work and I’m not sure why. What do you think—should I make them again, and if so, do you have any tips for how I can be successful?
Sincerely, Resolutions Waffler Dear Waffler, A lot of people give up on making resolutions for the very reason you state: they don’t seem to work.
I told him I didn’t think there was any problem with it—what do you think?We get it, you're financially comfortable, but unless you are a member of the Kardashian family, you do not need that much bling. Don't flash the cash too freely Salaries generally get bigger with age, so there’s a reasonable chance that you earn more than she does.This might mean you both have different lifestyle expectations.These days the idea of young women dating older – often significantly older - men barely raises an eyebrow. A long stints in an asylum for the criminally insane? But just because she hasn’t shared a similar experience, don't feel that she wouldn't relate to your life or your issues; open up and you never know what wisdom she could offer.But just because you were her age once, it doesn’t mean that dating a young woman is always plain sailing. Whatever the age gap, here’s how to date a younger women successfully. Youth might imply less experience, but it doesn’t mean a lack of empathy, nous and emotional intelligence.Do be understanding I can get kind of defensive when dating older guys, worried that some might see me as another notch on the bedpost, or fresh meat to pass the time until someone more serious comes along.