“What Is A Good Age Difference In A Relationship?”
Are you dating a woman right now, but you’re worried she’s too young or too old for you?
If so, don’t worry – it’s normal to feel anxious. After all, people WILL be talking about you:
- If she’s too young, people might tell her you’re a creep – and she might leave you;
- If she’s too old, people might tell her she’s a “cradle snatcher” – and she might ALSO leave you.
Can “age gap relationships” really work? Are there any age gap limits to respect? And how do you maximize your chances of making your relationship work out?
The answers to those questions and more are all in this very special Shogun Method guide.
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Table of Contents
- “What Is A Good Age Difference In A Relationship?”
- Age Gap Relationships – Do They Work?
- Dating Younger Women
- Dating Older Women
- One Technique To Rule Them All
- Why Fractionation Works
- How To Master Fractionation
Now, let’s start with the most pressing question of all…
Age Gap Relationships – Do They Work?
The saying goes: “It takes two people to make a relationship work.”
Now, I’m not worried about you. You’re probably a great guy who just wants the best for his woman. No doubt you’ll do everything you can to make your relationship work.
The challenge is HER. Will SHE do everything she can?
There are three specific challenges you’ll need to help her overcome:
Challenge #1: Social Disapproval
To a woman, no matter her age, her reputation is EVERYTHING.
And she’ll do anything – even break up with a great guy like you – to preserve her reputation in society. (This is especially so if she’s an insecure woman.)
So you’ll need to relieve her fears of social disapproval if you want to make your relationship work.
Challenge #2: Mismatched Expectations
Are you on the same page when it comes to the following issues?
- Whether to get married, and when
- Whether to have kids, and how many
- Your psychology about money
- Where to live, how to live, etc.
- Your overall goals for the relationship
If she’s not in the same boat as you, it’s probably better NOT to pursue the relationship. It just won’t work out.
Challenge #3: There’s No Prize Being Second Best
Understand this: She could go out with some other guy closer to her age.
When she does, the first two challenges become less of an issue for her. There’s no social disapproval, and the guy will likely have similar goals in life to hers. (Also, older guys who date younger women are also seen as “players“.)
So you’ll need to be the absolute BEST guy for her – so awesome that she’ll think she’d be crazy NOT to pick you.
So how do you overcome all three challenges at once?
The answer will differ slightly depending on whether she’s much younger or much older than you.
Let’s take a look at both in turn.
Dating Younger Women
Your biggest obstacle when dating younger women is – surprise surprise – younger guys.
If you’re dating a much younger woman, you’ll need to know that once she feels…
- that social disapproval
- those mismatching expectations
- that you’re not the best guy for her
…she can just leave you for a guy her age, and all her problems would be gone.
My advice: Don’t compete with the younger guys. Instead, focus on your main advantage – and that’s your age.
You’re older, wiser, more patient, and more experienced. And you can channel those qualities to fill one of the deepest needs of the female psyche:
To attach herself to a strong, manly authority figure.
In layman’s terms – you want her to see you as a “DILF.” (“Dad I’d Love to Fuck.”) This is how successful “older man younger woman relationships” work.
Here are a few ways to become the DILF she wants:
- Never take her too seriously. The less seriously you take her, the more seriously she’ll take you – and that puts you firmly in the dominant role.
- Treat her like a bratty kid. Treat her like she occasionally annoys you, but you’d do anything for her because you love her to bits.
- Exert social dominance. Never be surprised by anything she does, especially when she tries to get under your skin.
When dating a younger woman, you’ll want her to think you’ve “seen it all” with women, and that her antics don’t faze you.
You’ll be surprised at how much she’ll LOVE that.
Dating Older Women
You’ll actually have an easier time dating older women than younger women.
Why? Because of one thing: Emotional baggage. An older woman tends to have lots of it.
- She might have had previous relationships that didn’t work out
- She might have gone through some personal hell in her life
- The last several years might have been painfully boring for her
That’s the need you’ll want to meet – her need for emotional satisfaction. And you only need ONE technique to meet that need.
This technique is meant to tackle the third of the three challenges – being the best guy she could ever pick.
But when you use the technique, you’ll actually take care of the other two challenges along the way:
- She’ll happily adjust her expectations for the relationship to match yours
- She’ll be so happy and contented with you that she’ll stop giving a fuck what society thinks of her
Well, you’re going to learn this technique next… so keep reading!
One Technique To Rule Them All
What’s the technique’s name?
And here’s what Fractionation will help you do:
You’ll be exploiting her emotional baggage and adding drama into her life.
Now, that might sound cruel or manipulative. But Fractionation isn’t about adding negative emotions into her life.
Instead, Fractionation touches on the negative emotions ALREADY in her life…
…and then it counters them with POSITIVE emotions, such as loving reassurance.
In effect, you put her on an emotional rollercoaster. And women of all ages – ESPECIALLY women with baggage – LOVE thrill rides like that.
Most guys never figure this out. They try to show affection to their woman, but they never touch the negative emotions.
It’s not a rollercoaster. It’s not a thrill ride. And so she very quickly gets bored of them.
But when you give her that drama – that thrill ride she so desperately needs and wants – she’ll fall madly in love with you.
She’ll feel so emotionally addicted to you that she won’t care about other people’s opinions.
And she’ll be happy to adjust her expectations if it means keeping you around for a long, long time.
Why Fractionation Works
Fractionation also works on younger women, by the way.
(Emotional rollercoasters are something women of all ages feel addicted to.)
Think of the addiction women feel for erotic novels like Fifty Shades of Grey.
Now imagine your woman feeling THAT ADDICTED to you.
That’s what Fractionation does.
But why does it work so well? And why do so few men know about it?
It’s all because most guys either:
- Only give women positive feelings, which is boring…
- Or they only give women NEGATIVE feelings, which is hurtful.
But when you combine the two… and when you deliver them in intensifying cycles of emotion…
…that’s when the magic happens.
You can give her that magic, no matter what your age gap is, and no matter what other people say about you.
How To Master Fractionation
Mastering Fractionation takes some time. I can’t hope to write everything about it in a single Shogun Method guide.
But that’s why I prepared something better for you.
It’s my Online Masterclass on Mind Control.
And it teaches Fractionation as its core technique.
If you want to join the Masterclass, you can request your ticket below:
(NOTE: Only use your best e-mail address when signing up for the Masterclass. That’s where I’ll send your Invite Ticket IF you pass the screening process.)
Now, if you’re still leery about becoming a “DILF” or touching on a woman’s emotional baggage… that’s fine. It’s not for everyone.
You can always keep doing what you’ve been doing, and hope your age gap relationship works out.
But if you don’t want to take any chances…
…if you really, truly want your age gap relationship to work out…
…and if you’re willing to do whatever it takes to make it happen…
…then you know what to do. Here’s the link to the Masterclass again – click this and follow the instructions.
Click the link, and I’ll see you at the Online Masterclass.
P.S.: Have any specific questions you’d like to ask about your age gap relationship? Let me know in the comments section below.