He wants you to believe that you are helpless and worthless.He wants you to think that you need him in your life in order for you to survive. He’s just living life on temporary highs with things that don’t really matter.You can’t expect to build a successful long-term relationship with a boy who doesn’t understand what responsibilities that task would entail just yet.
But, what are the signs you're dating a grown-ass man and not just another boy?
Luckily, the answers aren't as illusive as the men they describe.
He knows that he has a lot of flaws deep down inside but he just refuses to face them head on. He wants to suppress all his insecurities as much as possible.
That’s why he always feels like he has to overcompensate in other aspects of his life. He doesn’t seem to think that you should be worthy of praise and success if it means that you are going to be better than him.
He’s not willing to have the big talks with you because he’s too afraid of being uncomfortable.
He doesn’t want to have to talk about difficult things like finances, emotions, feelings, or career plans.
Unfortunately, many women settle for less because they don't think that grown-ass men exist, and though they may be few and far between sometimes, they're certainly out there. If you’re trying to figure out whether that applies to the guy you’re with, here are some surefire signs that you’re dating a grown-ass man.
Take it from someone who has been happily married to my own grown-ass man for over two years now. You don't have to have a drawn-out conversation, because you already know where you stand. No more empty beer cans and remnants of last night's party.
He would never do or say anything to lift you up or boost your confidence. He’s just running around getting distracted by shiny things. He doesn’t care about whether you’re satisfied or happy. All he thinks about his himself and his experiences.
He really couldn’t care less about whether you reach climax or not.
There are a few must-have qualities that every grown-ass man posses, and it’s worth keeping an eye out for them early on in a relationship.