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    man if your confidence is there then you can hang out in any social circle and it's ok. As long as you don't try too hard to fit in with them.

    I'm 38 my girl is 28, many of our friends are 18-60, it doesn't matter as long as you personally are of high value.


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    Quote Originally Posted by retired_young View Post
    I have a theory that it's okay to "lead" with my age. It's going to come out eventually. It's an age-old theory that marketing is about market segmentation--not all women in their early 20's find the same thing attractive. Some will reject you because of age, others will be attracted to you because of your maturity, accomplishments, and life outside their normal circle. What you need is to put out a marketing message that appeals to a segment of the market, and let that market segment react.
    Exactly! That's what I have been doing and am being successful at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by new2town View Post
    All the other things are in your head such as the IOI's, escalation and age.. She wants you to lead and show no insecurity.. If you make them an issue they will be an issue.. She wants a mature man who's in control of the environment and doesn't give a damn about society's BS.. She wants a man who believes women are lucky to be with a man of his stature and age, not a man who's worried about it.
    I have found this to be VERY TRUE!

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    The way you say you look 25 worries me a bit.. Even if it's true you should believe that women are lucky to be with every ounce of you, and that includes whatever age you are.. I'm 30, and hell when I don't bother to shave regularly I could look 35 and these girls are lucky to be around it more than some young pimple face punk. Move on to the next girl if she gives you flak.
    It's all about ATTITUDE!

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    I doubt many of these chicks would mind banging Johnny Depp- whos approaching 50.

    Its all about the vibe and the value you project.

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    Younger women love older men. Know this, and use your superior life experience to be a bit of a leader to them - without being a know it all father figure guy. Remember all the older guys you knew in life that you looked up to, how the girls loved them? Be one of those guys. I actually do think this is an inner game issue (they almost all are). I hang out with university aged people all the time, and never think twice about it - therefore neither do they.
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    Thanks for the replies everyone.

    The Legend: I don't try to fit in with a younger crowd at all. You're right that it's not the best approach. Either it works with a given person or social circle or it doesn't.

    Sun Slayer: Your approach is exactly what I'm going to try to do. When socializing with a younger crowd, I don't think about the age difference much either. I just try to be myself. It might be why age isn't the sticking point (not to say there aren't other sticking points, but that's why I'm here, am reading Magic Bullets, etc. )
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