How to Attract Mature Women

Attracting mature women does not necessarily mean seeking out women who are senior citizens. It's all about attitude and how they carry themselves. There are mature women out there who are in their 20s, financially stable, intelligent and not promiscuous; then again, there may be women in their 50s who don't possess those qualities. But if you're a man seeking a serious or lifelong mate, you have to understand where they're coming from. If you're not mature yourself, chances are you won't attract her.

Attracting Mature Women

Step 1

Wear clothes that fit your body type. Many women look at clothes as an indicator of a man's maturity. If you're sporting shaggy hair, tennis shoes and a tank top, you probably won't attract the type of woman you're looking for. Find some simple dress shirts, polo shirts and black dress shoes that can work in both formal and casual settings. Evolution has shown that women are attracted to men who can provide comfort and protection. Make sure the your first impression is a positive one.

Step 2

Strike up a conversation. Don't be afraid to talk about politics, news headlines or philosophy. If you can confidently show a woman that you're intelligent, she might want to spend more time with you. Feel free to compliment her, but don't come across as desperate. Compliment specific things, such as her outfit, her hair or her ideas. Remember to be respectful.

Step 3

Maintain confidence and don't let rejection get you down. Don't stress over a missed opportunity---just go back out and try again. Show some true interest in a woman you're interested in---most women aren't interested in a guy who is only seeking a sexual relationship. If you do find someone who you plan on taking out, get to know one another before taking things to a physical level. Go out on multiple dates and have fun in social settings first.

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  • Make sure you really want to find someone to seriously date. If it's simply an act, women will catch on. If you are not at a decent level of maturity yourself, you may need to reassess your behavior and figure out what exactly you're seeking.

About the Author

Ron Augustine is a rookie freelance writer and producer who has worked primarily in radio and print media for Chicago Public Radio's Sound Opinions, Relevant Magazine, WMBI Chicago and the Burnside Writers Collective. He graduated Moody College in 2007 with a degree in Communications.

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