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Woman’s Mr Perfect Changes with Her Age

Snr By Himanshu Sharma , Onlymyhealth editorial team / Dec 17, 2012
Woman’s Mr Perfect Changes with Her Age

The existence of Mr. Perfect is a myth. According to a latest report, a woman's age influences the idea of a perfect man and often they become pickier as they grow older.

Womans Mr Perfect Changes with Her Age

A report published in match.com’s annual LoveGeist report suggests that a woman’s age influences the idea of a perfect man. The survey tracked Britain’s changing attitudes towards dating and relationships, as women become picky about who they date.

 

Young women in the age group of 18 to 24 want a man they can show off to their friends, with 47 per cent wanting a partner their friend would approve. Young women were found more willing to date a man in a better physical shape than them. Sexual compatibility and ambition were the desired traits in the age group of 25 to 34, while women aged 35 to 44 look to settle down with an older man but their priority is social graces. Women aged 45 to 54 look for a partner with whom they felt secure.

 

[Read: What Women Look For in a Relationship]

 

Women don’t drop their standards as they age; women who aged 55 and over were most picky about who they date than at any other age group.

 

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