If you are willing to accept that and not allow it to be a problem in the relationship, yes.
It’s really important that you do understand where you stand on this.
You have to actually take very strong account of how you truly feel.
Oftentimes, we may try to lie to ourselves about how we feel about something because we simply don’t want to face the truth.
You may tell yourself that this is only a small problem that you think you will be able to overcome.
However, this may not be true at all.
If you find yourself constantly thinking and worrying about this, it is a problem.
You have to understand that this kind of experience will only exacerbate the functionality of the relationship.
You would worry about what your friends, family or colleagues would think.
You would compare yourself to women his age and wonder if he finds them more attractive than you.
You would worry about your future and whether the both of you would be at all compatible as you both age.
These kind of thoughts will all cause problems in the relationship.
You may not even be aware that you are beginning to behave strangely in the relationship.
You may start becoming less willing to go out with him and would rather stay indoors.
This is no way to have a healthy relationship.
If the fact that he is younger makes you this unsettled, you may have to reconsider dating this guy.
This is why it is so important to really analyze where you stand mentally.
A good way to do this is to be cognizant of your behavior.
If you have exhibited any of the behaviors and thought processes that I described earlier, you may want to reconsider being with this younger guy.
Again, you may not even realize the significance of what you are doing.
You may be trying to hide the truth from yourself and this is unproductive.
All it leads to is pain and a relationship that lacks authenticity.
Hence, try to ask yourself about how you truly feel about this.
Try to pinpoint your reasons behind feeling any sense of unease about this.
After doing this, try to ask yourself if you truly feel that you can handle these reasons in the long-term.
You may have to take a short break from the relationship in order to really figure out where you stand in this.
Sometimes, taking a short break from the relationship can allow you to see much clearer.
It may give you that precious period of reflection.
You will actually gain a degree of emotional cohesion.
When you have this period out of the relationship, you are more in tune with your sense of content or discontent.
You don’t have him in the way.
You don’t have his voice on the phone constantly.
You just have yourself and your emotions.
Give it about a week or two if you choose to take this temporary break.
Don’t make it too long.
This will give you the time you need to know for certain what your true feelings are.
You may discover that you miss him and could care less that he is younger.
All you want to do now is just grab that phone and talk to him.
On the other hand, you may discover that you felt a lot more at ease without him and may draw the conclusion that you don’t want a younger guy.