Whatever tips you suggest to him will be imprinted on his unformed brain and carried over to With great power comes great responsibility, bra. Or having you sing "The Bear Came Over the Mountain" while putting things in his butt. Being the older woman means, among other things, that you are independent, smart, and have your shit together. For instance: During sex, Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey listen to ... Because you're the grown-up, and grown-ups know better. For instance, he knows you are more familiar than he is with the job search, so he listens when you suggest that, I dunno, maybe he use Comic Sans for his resume font. He's got less romantic history for you to deal with. You can relive the most fun parts of your younger years without suffering through the worst parts. He won't judge you for quitting a job you hate, traveling around Europe, or making some other random quarter-life detour.
He might be into, say, letting you put things in his butt. He is at least partly into you because you impress him. When it comes down to it, you're the alpha dog in the relationship. He's more likely to take advice from you without letting it bruise his ego.
It would be wise for you both to consider the potential pitfalls, and whether you are honestly up for the challenge. If you have it bad for your new flame, but you still aren’t sure if you’re up for the hassle, try having your first few dates in neutral territory, where your date won’t run into some college friends, and you won’t worry about running into your ex-wife, children, or colleagues. Even if things don’t work out, you are trying a new experience and learning from someone with a worldview completely different from yours.
Embrace this change and view it as a positive opportunity, no matter the outcome. This seems like small beans, at first, but before long, the idea of you asking if they remember a certain TV show or this particular singer may have you cringing when they ask, “Um… ” You may start thinking, “Oh yeah, you weren’t even born yet.” Don’t let this discourage you, however. “This is a shallow relationship that isn’t going anywhere.” At least that’s what your friends and family might say.
If you’re dating a much younger man, you need to know what you’re in it for.