Does this situation sound familiar? You have been getting closer and closer to your guy recently and things seem to have been going really well. You guys were spending so much together and he was calling or texting every day. He would bring you flowers or do other romantic things, such as take you out for a fancy dinner date.
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BuzzFeed writer Grace Spelman knows this firsthand. She chronicled her attempts to politely reject a man who messaged her first on Twitter, before moving to every other social media platform. It can be a daunting task to get rid of a man. This may be the oldest trick in the book. If you run in the same circles, try flirting with someone else to show your disinterest. Or, try posting pictures of you and your attractive gay best friend acting like a couple on social media.
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Do you get turned on by thought of a man who's got his K all figured out? Or maybe a salt-and-pepper beard just gets you going? If you answered yes to either of these questions, you might want to consider dating an older man.
Those who have a rich, deep history of relationships, and all that goes with that ex-wives, former loves, kids. And oftentimes these formerly-partnered-up men are struggling to recover emotionally from that past, and also financially. In many cases this gentleman is in a situation where he must continue providing for these dependents for many more years to come. At first glance, it looks like something is "wrong" with this man.