Too often we can carry what wasn’t complete from our previous relationships into our next.As you enter a new relationship, especially with a divorced woman, it’s important that you are clear on their expectations but also clear about your own. Just as they are working on leaving their past behind, it’s important that you also come into the relationship patient, with an open mind and an open heart.

Not only is that due, in my opinion, to the extensive changes in technology, as the article suggests, but also to changes in society, as a whole (even though we helped to bring about many of those changes, ourselves).

Meanwhile, I notice that some of you have your full name and/or email address in your username. If so, just click on your username (above, right) and change your username where shown.

As some of the replies below are showing, however, I think, it tends to over-generalize.

But I think it hits a very good point - Age is "not just a number" for everybody when it comes to relationships. While I guess it's always good for couples to have some experience in common, in a lot of ways, we Boomers truly came of age in a very different world than many young people, I believe.

People often use references from the past to express themselves in the present, so if you regularly struggle to understand them, it can prove very annoying.

Health and ageing won’t be a pressing concern for many younger men dating older women but, if you’re looking for a long-term relationship, they’re good to be aware of.

You’ll likely sacrifice many things for someone that you love but it’s worth considering what the future may hold so that you’re fully prepared.

Not every older woman is looking for a long-term relationship with a younger man.

If you are in the dating scene and thinking about dating a divorced woman, it’s important that you know what you are looking for, though this can be a difficult task for many.

When it comes to our relationship desires, often our wants come from what we’ve experienced in our past and our hopes based on what we haven’t experienced, but want to.

How will you feel if your partner retires while you still face years of working?