Good question, i guess emotional maturity comes when a guy suddenly HAS to man up.<br />
With things as easy as they are for some people, its not surprising to see as many overgrown children as there are today.
Sadly, some of them never get there...
Your answers to a lot of these questions amuse me. Probably because, like the answer above, they are accurate.
When I see one who has, I'll let you know. :P
Shortly after the age of 3. That's about as mature as I get.
tell that to my grandfather -_-
Dudes over 60, and i have aunts and uncles in their 20's
When he loses the woman he didnt realize he was in love with.
In psych they say 25 yrs old. But I think a lot has to on the environment a kid is raised in followed by adversity and how they cope. I know guys that at 20 are more responsible n mature then some 50 yr olds I know. A lot of factors, but the frontal lobe doesn't finish developing until approximate 24.
85, coincidentally the same as the average age of death. We are the tribe of Peter Pan, Anne will "never grow up."
HMM, I'M ABOUT TO TURN 45 & I STILL HAVEN'T REACH MATURITY. TOO MUCH FUN BEING WILD & FREE!!
That is such a vague question as it depends on so many factors. It all depends on the social and environmental conditioning, in my opinion. When the mind discovers they would like to pursue something more than a multitude of casual relations, is when maturity has made it's first appearance. At what age...it depends on the individual. I have met an array of men that seemingly mature at such a different rate, so it's so hard to say. Men are so interesting to me...their needs and desires ba<x>sed on different age categories do indeed intrigue me. Have you heard of a book called 'Passages'? Interesting read.
I'm curious to see what age is most popular.
I'm interested that you link life style with 'emotional' maturity. Do you think it would be possible to live a 'young' life style but also be emotionally mature?
No, there's nothing wrong with your question, just led to another in my head. Which I suppose, was how can you tell when someone is emotionally mature? Is it their life choices? The way they manage all of their relationships? Or something else. Think it's a really interesting topic.
Men never reach emotional maturity, we just get too old to keep keep fighting
Most guys don't fully mature till hey head around 30 or above specialy now a days... Most of my guy cousins settled down after age 29 so this should give u an idea