Dating a boy
The official beginning of adulthood has always been on a sliding scale.The process starts at 18, when you’re allowed to vote, die for your country and be tried as an adult, but I think most of us can agree that we still have a lot of growing up to do at that age.The truth is that you don't have to settle for whatever boy comes your way. Although, to be fair, it can be hard to tell the difference – especially at first glance. Nor does it need to be extravagantly furnished, but you should be able to distinguish the floor from the rest of the place.In fact, you shouldn't settle; you're doing yourself a real injustice. But with time, it's easy to separate the men from the boys. Grown men take pride in surrounding themselves with an environment that supports an active and healthy lifestyle.We wrongly believe it must be everyone else’s fault the relationships we’ve been in haven’t worked out. We have to become the type of person we want to be to be able to attract the same qualities in another.What we fail to see is that just because we grown-up love, it doesn’t mean that we ourselves are ready for it. Or at the very least to be able to keep it once we have attracted it.Nowadays, actual adulthood seems to begin around 30.
Move on and find yourself a grown man.#3 Boys will compliment you to get in your pants – men pay compliments because they want you to feel great about yourself.
As I wasn’t willing to accept the truth, I have to admit, I wasn’t being adult either. My expectations for someone else were ridiculous when I wasn’t even living to those standards myself.
Although I wanted a grown-up relationship, I was heading down all the wrong routes to get to one.
The problem with this prolonged adolescence, however, is that some people forget that they eventually do have to take some responsibility for their lives and become a useful member of society.
And since women tend to mature faster than men, it’s easy to understand the fairer sex’s frustrations about their dating options.Unless, of course, that's where he plans on staying. Grown men have plans to get themselves from point A to point B. No matter how drunk he is, no matter the situation…