Senior Don Juan
- Mar 23, 2018
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I can't answer for most men but I'm deeper into it at 42 than I ever have been before in my life. It's your own decision.
When the cost/benefits ratio is no longer worth I would say.Side question for the older men here: when do (generally) most guys stop caring about improving themselves - physically, mentally, etc?
my guess would be somewhere around 35..?
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=procrastinationI'm going to be starting a physical therapy program next year in August and by the time I graduate and have my job lined up with that I'll be about 32. Obviously that will be the focus in my life those years but I wanted to know if things will really change all that much for me when I'm at that age. I'm an attractive guy, exercise a lot and take really good care of myself so it's not like I'm going to be sporting a beer gut at that age. Will I find things much different at that age compared to now, 28, or should I expect it to be pretty much the same if not possibly even better?
I take exception to your comment raider and am totally offendedAll things being equal it's harder, but if you have a lot of room for improvement and you improve then it will be be easier.
For example, a college football player is basically the absolute maximum in dating, so unless he makes it to the NFL he is going to see a drop off most likely as he ages. If you have trouble worth women in your youth then it should get a lot easier as you age.
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