Older Women, Younger Men: New Options for Love and Romance

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New Horizon Press, 2000 - Family & Relationships - 181 pages
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It's out there -- in the press, on the internet and emblazoned on the glossiest magazine covers: romance rule breaker, the union of older women and younger men. Whether couples marry or live together, the popularity of "age gap" relationships is undoubtedly on the rise. Despite the statistics and the acceptance of such relationships among celebrities, negative stereotypes that surround these romances prevent many older women from having the happy and loving union for which they long; for these older women have not been open to finding a mate from within the large pool of younger men.

In their provocative, groundbreaking guide, Felicia Brings and Susan Winter, both of whom have had long-term relationships with younger men, shatter the myths as they share their thoughts and the experiences of over 200 couples on everything from sex to dealing with her family and his, to handling the criticisms and comments of peers. Advice is delivered with large doses of empowerment, humor and compassion that will help make the brave new world of relationship potential between older womenand younger men lead to lasting love.

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The book was written only for women who is dating younger man but on the introduction of the book it was written like it will give information and advice to both sides. Read full review

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Mature women who date much younger men is a real thing. Maybe its a primal instinct or our culture bent out of whack by misguided liberal ideas. I know its a real thing and a common fantasy portrayed by popular media.


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About the author (2000)

Felicia Brings is a nationally syndicated author, columnist and motivational speaker. As a management specialist, her clients included Merrill Lynch, Citibank, NYNEX, MetLife and TimeWarner. Felicia posed for a full-page spread in Talent In Motion, a national arts and entertainment magazine.

Susan Winter's background includes her own national show on Financial News Network. She was also anchor and moderator of the popular series "Corporate Profiles," and as a corporate communicator, worked with over 200 of the Fortune 500 companies. An avid body builder, she models for the popular Lady Death of Chaos of comic fame.

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