Dating child men
Guys who are a man child can’t take responsibility for anything; like absolutely nothing at all. It’s like watching a little kid say “not me,” when their parents ask them who broke the vase in the living room although it was clearly them.
That’s exactly what it’s like dating a man child ― “not me” is constantly their answer when confronted with anything that they obviously did.
In the simplest of definition, a man child is an immature guy who just refuses to grow up.
This doesn’t mean he necessarily lives at home with mom and dad ― although he probably should considering the way he functions in the real world ― but that he just doesn’t have his life together.
I used to think the only way I'd know if a man was going to be a potential good stepfather was to see him interact with my child.
I've since learned to be careful to strike the balance of when to introduce a man into my son's life.
I wasn’t just paying for EVERYTHING ALL THE DAMN TIME, but I was picking up after them, reminding them when their bills were due, and handing them so they could go out with their friends and get a drink when they were broke ― which was more often than not.
It was exactly like the relationship I had with my parents when I was 15, except I wanted for gas money to get to the mall for a Orange Julius with friends.
That’s why, I don’t care how cute, charming, or amazing the next guy I meet is in bed, if he’s a man child, I'm walking away. When his father and I separated and ultimately divorced, he was just nine months old.His father hasn't been involved in his life, so aside from my father and brother-in-law, he has no male influence in his life.I also make sure that the man is open to children and that he's right for me before I worry about him being right for my son.Maria I recently got out of a 14-month relationship with a divorced man who has a now 4-year-old son, Dylan.