Since I realize my advice is very one-sided, and I really don't know anything about you or your love interest, I want to offer you a different perspective. Ava Cadell, Love Guru, Therapist, Author, and founder of Loveology University.Here is what she had to say: "Why are you thinking about problems that don't exist? I know he's not old enough to really be my father, but he's up there.
We worked in the same profession, had similar interests, and shared common philosophical views. So what if he was wrinkly, in all the places you might expect? There was zero jealousy on both sides, and I never saw him check out another woman -- due to him being satisfied, of course, but also him being well-seasoned in how to respect the opposite sex. Another lesson in dating: a fling with someone in your professional/personal circle is more often than not bad news. I have a friend who’s been married to someone for more than a decade who is 20 years older than her.
That was my experience from dating a much older man.
What began as a romantic adventure into unconventional love turned into a disaster I should have seen coming from waaaay over the hill. How old you actually are doesn't necessarily have a lot to do with your lifestyle.
Celebrate your union and enjoy each moment you spend together.
A word of caution though, if you think and anticipate failure, you will surely achieve it!
What I realized is that I was trying to skip over my own twenty-something experience by coat-tailing his life.