Dating an olderman
This makes it more likely they'll know how to treat you right and avoid mistakes they made in previous relationships.
However, dating someone much older can be challenging; both of you are at different life stages and may have a hard time relating to one another, among other issues.
Think further down the line: would you be willing to be their step-mother?
If not, you may want to back off, unless the pull with your man is too strong.
And while he might think Creedence Clearwater Revival is the best band ever or that "M. Don't let the cultural and generation gaps stand in your way; embrace it and grow together from it.
When he mentions something from yesteryear that you may have only heard about in your high school history class, don't blow it off; ask him about it.
If this is something you can't handle, either end the relationship or decide that it is OK, and go out with your girlfriends instead.
If having children is important to you, it may be wise early-on to discuss what he wants out of life and his future, to ensure that you are on the same page.
There is also the possibility your significant other may not live long enough to see your child grow up.
Physical mobility also decreases with age, meaning he might have a harder time looking after the children.
When you are younger, going out and socializing is more of the way of life.
As you grow older and start settling into a routine, the luster and excitement of going out on the town goes away.