Being a cougar isn't for the faint of heart ... For nearly five years, I've been dating a man 15 years my junior. I have been a consistent member of the "Cougar Club" since my husband passed away.
Several dating and relationship renowned experts have suggested that usually singles are keen to follow the called “third-date” rule, which means waiting until date number three to get intimate.Our culture gives people the idea that there's just one person meant for us, that the right person is out there somewhere waiting to be found.And the TV shows and romantic comedies we watch reinforce that. What if marriage is less about finding the right person and more about becoming the right person?Some females go for the three date norm, but others prefer to vary depending on the guy they are dating and their feelings for him.Nowadays there are not studies showing that the popularly-known as the “third-date” rule is meticulously followed by most singles and in fact, daters rely more on how they feel at the given moment with their new date without thinking when would be the perfect moment to get intimate.Others are more decisive and prefer to seal the deal on the first couple of dates.
So, when is the best time to intimate with a new partner?A cougar is a hunter who preys on an innocent younger man. Some guys are naturally drawn to older women like any other physical "type," such as preferring blondes to brunettes.A cougar exudes self-confidence, which makes her a highly desirable conquest to a younger man.This is why it is one of the biggest steps to be taken when dating someone new.Some daters prefer to wait a few encounters to deeply know the other person and see if there is real potential for a long-lasting relationship.In fact, ABC News published a study in 2004 in which it was shown that nearly three of every ten Americans have had sex before the third date: the passion was unleashed on the first encounter!