Dating is time-consuming and you don’t have time to waste, which is why you shouldn’t date a guy who’s too immature for a relationship. Look for these signs to filter out the immature boys to make room for the grown men.
He’s always talking about how excellent he is. Immature guys are always boasting about their own excellence. Does he think he’s smarter, funnier, and better than everyone else? Not only does that mean he’s immature, he’s also naive and ignorant. He hasn’t had enough life experience to teach him humility.
He can’t keep a job. According to him, no job is good enough, which is complete BS. He changes jobs all the time because he’s immature. The second someone at work challenges him or something doesn’t go his way, he leaves.
He’s jealous of everyone. He won’t admit it but he’s literally green with envy when it comes to the lives of pretty much everyone around him. Literally everyone. He can’t handle other people’s success, which is why he spends so much time putting people down.
He lives with his parents. Not everyone has the ideal financial situation, but if he’s over the age of 25 and still living with his parents because he likes eating his mom’s home-cooked meals every night and the fact that he doesn’t have to pay rent, there’s an immaturity problem. He’s a baby and you’re not ready for kids yet.
His hygiene leaves a bit to be desired. Everyone should’ve learned as a teenager how to have good hygiene. Has he? If he still thinks it’s appropriate to go days without bathing or can’t remember the last time he brushed his teeth, the answer to that question is a big fat NO.
He’s kind of an a-hole. A joke to him is calling someone “gay” for not watching Game of Thrones. Yikes. Everything about his humor is ignorant and unintelligent. He’s a 20-something-year-old with the mentality of a pre-teen. Next.
He plays games. We’re too old for childish dating games. Ignoring calls and messages isn’t cute. If he goes out of his way to play games it’s because he’s immature—too immature for a relationship.
He doesn’t have goals for himself. If he doesn’t have any goals whatsoever, he’s immature and still trying to figure himself out. There’s nothing wrong with being a little lost, but not if you’re looking for someone who has their life together. That is what you’re looking for, right?
He’s extremely close-minded. According to him, there are only two options: black and white. He doesn’t think gray areas exist. You might find it attractive that he stands for something but he takes it to another level. For him, every problem has one very specific solution, and that’s just not possible.
He picks fights with strangers. He’s constantly coming for people, which leads to fights and arguments with complete strangers. Going out with him is the worst because you’re always nervous he might say something inappropriate and inevitably get himself into trouble.
Hs confidence is fake. He acts like he’s the most amazing thing in the world, but it’s all a facade. He’s not confident enough to ask for a promotion at work and he has no idea how to be assertive. He talks the talk but doesn’t walk the walk.
He’s a drama queen. He takes the term “drama queen” to a whole new level. He complains about everything. You have to go to the restaurant he likes, see the movie he wants, and do everything he loves. If you don’t, all he’ll do is whine the entire time.
His bedtime changes every night. Want to know if someone’s immature? Ask about their bedtime. Is it forever changing? Uh oh. One night he’s out until 2 a.m. and the next, he’s asleep by 7. A guy who doesn’t have a steady sleep schedule is immature.
He can’t deal with conflict. He bolts at the sight of trouble. Unlike mature people, he can’t stay and talk things out. The second you have opposing beliefs, he freaks out. Either he says nothing or he becomes defensive. If he can’t deal with conflict, how’s he going to deal with a mature relationship?
You don’t feel taken care of. Everything is all about him. Instead of focusing on what you want, he focuses on what he wants. You should be with someone who makes you feel protected and safe. He’s too immature to do that.
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