“The youngest man I dated was 20, and I was 50, and he asked me out,” she says. , giving advice to older women about dating younger men.In my recent interview with dating coach, David Wygant, he suggested that men are often the ones who lack confidence and suffer from fear of rejection.He says that older women have the power to make a connection that turns into a dating opportunity.
I usually charge for my expertise, but in every industry there's an element of pro bono work, and so I'd like to offer my advice for free to Izzy, the Cougar in E4's .The ‘cougar’ community has followed the recent influx of dating sites and apps on the market and there are a plethora of options, to choose from.So if you are open-minded about age, whether you are seeking a life partner or short-term companionship, compatibility can come in all ages.Lucia, CEO of The Cougar Club, is a dating and relationship expert specializing in Cougar relationships author of “Lucia’s Lessons of Love” and keynote speaker.She has been featured in countless national and international media and has been dubbed ‘The Queen of the Cougar Jungle’. Phil explores the controversial trend of older women dating much younger men. First, Pie, a 58-year-old self-admitted cougar, has been dating 24-year-old Oleg for four months — and her best friend, Terese, strongly disapproves. Then, 52-year-old divorcée Bella says her relationship with 32-year-old Eddie is the best she has ever had. “The sexual relationship is really just the icing on the cake, the whip cream on the pie. Terese says her friend has a pattern of getting her heart broken — and she’ll have to pick up the pieces. Our chemistry is definitely off the charts.” Bella says sex with Eddie is the best she has ever had.