And since women tend to mature faster than men, it’s easy to understand the fairer sex’s frustrations about their dating options.By 30, family-oriented women are getting antsy about finding a guy to settle down with (tick-tock and all that), but a lot of the guys their age aren’t on the same page.
Nowadays, actual adulthood seems to begin around 30.We use our 20s to get all our partying and hookups out of our system — good for us.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.But just because he may exhibit some, or even all, of these symptoms, it doesn’t mean he’s incapable of growing up. Try giving him a kick in the ass before you kick him to the curb. As long as it’s not interfering with his life, let the guy play.No, I’m talking about the kind of games when he’s fucking with your mind. He has no interest in your hopes and dreams unless they revolve around him; he only cares that his needs are being met.You try to ignore it, but it's just always an issue. You have a whole new insecurity that you never could have predicted: He makes you feel like a f*cking giant. Then this wouldn't be an issue, and you could go on your merry way without constantly stressing yourself out.
You have to put away your heels and just resign yourself to wearing ballet flats for all eternity.
We love them, we hate them, and sometimes we date them. But even me — a gal of 5 feet and 4 inches — has problems. When you're out in public and people look at you, you wonder if they’re thinking that you’re a girl with a short boyfriend.
A girl who is 5'9″ is obviously going to think most guys are pretty f*cking short. Once you're towering over him, he's ready for you to get back down to his level.
This can be an endearing quality, but it will get frustrating if you’re trying to plan a life with someone incapable of commitment. Still, when we’re drawn to people, we tend to make excuses for their faults. How can you expect to have an adult relationship with someone who’s never left the nest?
If he thinks being in a relationship means he never has to cook, do his laundry or clean up after himself (or needs you to at least remind him to do those things), you’re in pretty warped territory.
It truly blows that something so seemingly silly could be such a cause of discontent. Also, he's small, so he isn't exactly the cookie-cutter vision of masculinity.