She works out a lot by her own admission (and judging by her track record in this department) and often meets partners at the gym, not the bars.Winter tells Web MD that she and her co-author interviewed more than 200 couples for their book.Other reasons behind this trend According to Tessina, other reasons underlying this expansion of everyone's dating choices include: But what about the notion that men are "hard-wired" to seek a smooth-faced, curvy receptacle for reproduction and thus are drawn to younger women?"Humans are relatively flexible species," Michael R. D., a psychologist in the department of communications at the University of Louisville, tells Web MD. You can override a lot of biology in pursuit of other goals." Interestingly, Cunningham did an unpublished study of 60 women in their 20s, 30s, and 40s, who were shown pictures of men aged to those decades.
According to a recent study, the less of an age difference there is between partners, the more likely a relationship will last.
She is 48 and has been in a relationship with a man 20 years younger since 1992.
Before that, she hooked up with two men 16 years younger and another 20 years younger.
Pretty promising material out there Winter is upbeat about the younger generations. "All they can do to get a woman is dangle their Porsche keys." As you peel back the decades, though, the men get "cooler," she says. One columnist suggested that these men hie themselves back to the reproductive pool or else birth rates would sag.
"Saying this is just one more "should," Elliott says.
She was very beautiful, very feminine and very kind. She understood and respected that, so much so that our daughter's second name is Lisa.