Dreams dating younger men
Well, consider this: Experts say that keeping a closer eye on your dreams can actually help you improve your life.
"Every night when you dream, you subconsciously assess what's going on in your life," says Gayle Delaney, Ph D, author of What Happens When We Go to Sleep In the first 90 minutes of sleep, you go through deepening stages—ranging from light sleep to deep sleep.
I am really energetic and still enjoy many of the things I enjoyed in my 20s and 30s.
But in online dating, men my age are not looking at women my age. The men I do hear from are older than me by 10-15 years and are looking for a far more relaxed lifestyle or trying too hard to be youthful (If it is genuine, great, if not, it’s annoying.) I don’t want to date men who remind me of my dad, who want to eat quiet dinners every night or sit home watching movies.
Subconsciously, those instincts are still hardwired into your brain, even though you’re no longer of childbearing age.
I watched a PBS special about attraction where young men were shown photos of women in various stages of their menstrual cycle.
I want to get to know her.”Biologically speaking, we are all hardwired to seek out the most youthful, robust partner.
I also look about 10 years younger than my age (54).
And, in believing this, their lives have been limited.
It’s not about younger men seeking money or opportunity. Freedom of choice— to be who we came here to be, and to love whom we want to love.
We're all fascinated by our dreams, but most of us don't have a clue what they mean.
And the rest of us can't even remember what we dreamt about.