Dating child men
They seem fun, boisterous, and act like they don't give a sh*t.
You think they're giving the middle finger to societal norms because they march to the beat of their own drum.
You assume that they're a free bird and that their immaturity is really them just having a good time.
When something goes wrong with his work or friends, you are the one who bails him out—you explain things to take the heat or responsibility off of his shoulders.
Your new guy may be constantly complaining to you about his ex and before you know it, you are both caught up in the drama of continually talking about her latest antics.
The idea of a boy who never grows up is promoted and even romanticized in our culture as sexy or just “the way men are.” Sadly, women often pay the price for such a prize because there are consequences to keeping this type of “man” in check. This may partly explain why men, by and large, benefit more from marriage than do women.
My boyfriend is the youngest in his family by a considerable margin - which means he was either a ‘Oooops’ baby or one designed to fill the space left by his departing older siblings. But I also get frustrated, and if you’re getting frustrated over the same things chances are you’re dating a man child, too. He groggily falls out of bed and starts banging around the bedroom getting ready for the day. ‘Getting ready for work,’ he replies, like I’m an idiot.
For years he’s relied on someone else to remind him of dentist appointments, family birthdays and public holidays, and now it falls to me to make sure flowers are sent on Mother’s Day and that his car’s MOT is up to date.
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