Act;ually, real relationship start with real friendship.
Not sure, but having his mom drive and pay, sure is a turnoff.
Wow, you are pretty sexist. Maybe you should grow up a little before you are mature enough to be in a relationship.
When he finds a woman mature enough to join him in one
A man is ready for a relationship when he has mandatory responsibilities in his life, IE: Mortgage, car payments, family members in need of medical attention, etc... . Once a male is put in a situation where he MUST take responsibilities, he becomes a man and is ready to take care of a women.
When he quits referring to his p e c k e r as an individual
well, thanks for all the info. I happen to think that people mature at such different paces due to their wildly varying life experiences that you can't stereotype with men based upon their habits and history alone. We're all programmed differently and deal with those roadblocks in different ways so people that have chosen the same paths may come out being starkly contrasting opposites. You really have to get to know each person individually.
At the age of 4oyrz many mans wil be more matured 4 a married bt 2os nd 30s are a very law yrz
He can have a "real" relationship at any age, but if you are looking for something that is stable over time, you want someone who has resolved adolescence. If resolution isn't delayed by stepping into a role, adolescence is generally resolved by about age 24 for women and 28 for men, as women enter puberty earlier and so resolve adolescence earlier. We know when adolescence has been resolved, as that person is secure in his/her identity, is comfortable with self, rate of growth, direction of growth, no longer has anything to prove to self or others and isn't concerned with the judgments of others.
Very few men reach maturity. We just never grow up, so unless you want to be mother, it's all doomed from the start. ;)
in some indigenous tribes the male species only start to mature well into their fifties and they have an initiation into adulthood. this i think is very wise..so lower your expectations for a while..say like fifty years or so...lol
When all of his responsibilities are met in a timely manner and his priorities are straight. Age unimportant. This applies to women too.
I agree with part of what you say. Yes, many men need longer to mature enough for a relationship. Yes if they have a job as opposed to being a student. No to handsome and party boys. Both will settle down for awhile but run when things get difficult. Both will marry and divorce often before they settle down.
Define mature. I've met women with 40 and more years who are not mature enough to have 'real' relationships. Why do you limit it to men? Maturity is not exclusive.
This is a myth....lol.