It's just talk, and you deserve to be able to have these talks with your partner so you can see if he wants the same things you want. He tells you to stop nagging him but when you try to have a serious conversation about what bothers you, he shuts you down.The “nag” always gets the bad press, but when you look deeper, the nagging is usually the result of someone not taking full responsibility for himself and his actions.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.Marriage brings most men greater happiness, better physical health, and more wealth than their bachelor counterparts.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.You find yourself making excuses for him, rationalizing his poor choices, and working to see things from his perspective more than your own.Therefore, professionals from the feminist-subjugated estrogen ghetto that is today's psychology need to look in the mirror rather than babbling about man-boys. Your post just proves how little experience you really have with women.
Consider if you are dating someone you will have to carry along in life instead of a real partner you can depend upon.When you try to bring something serious to his attention, see if you are the one backing out of the conversation by apologizing about something you did wrong.Do you find your original point never gets addressed and you wind up talking about what you did wrong that triggered his poor behavior? His interests and friendships carry a middle-school vibe.While some marriages do work the odds are terrible for men because the racket is a rigged gynocentric one which is sexually suicidal for men.Sexual fidelity in essential for men because the law sticks us with fathering the other man's child.It’s hard to let go if you feel like you are the only one watching the controls. Weber is the author of Building Self-Esteem 5 Steps: How to Feel "Good Enough"--available here and Breaking Up and Divorce-available here.And it’s even harder to have a thriving adult romantic relationship with someone who is glorifying his college days or constantly wants to hang with the guys. Sign that your academic field of study May be basing it's characterizations of what is and isn't a disorder based on societies expections.. I see what the author describes play out in various ways, depending on the culture.” But you look over and see that same panic in his eyes—and within a half-hour of your joke, he leaves the premises. You feel that if you don’t remind him of what he needs to do, said he would do, or should do, he will never do it.If after a reasonable amount of time ( it to happen. You invariably find yourself disappointed and let down as he doesn’t follow through with plans or commitments.They revert to their adolescent ways out of discomfort with intimacy and to protect them from getting too close to you.In fact, the more adolescent your man, the more “motherly” you may be in his presence.