Signs you are dating a real man
But here’s the problem—most women spend their time #1 Boys avoid uncomfortable conversations – men know how to communicate their needs Even the best relationships have friction.
You’re going to do or say something he doesn’t like—it’s inevitable.
A grown man can exhibit the qualities of a boy, and a young man can exhibit the qualities of a man. You’re Unclear If You’re Actually Dating: A boy is rarely eager to make the relationship official because of his fear of rejection or his fear of commitment.
It just depends on his actions and where he is in life. A boy will have you playing the guessing game, where you’re constantly asking yourself “Are we really dating? He may even tell you that he’d rather just “hook up” or be friends instead of talking to you straight about where he is mentally and what he truly wants from the relationship.
But, what are the signs you're dating a grown-ass man and not just another boy?
When you come by his place, his apartment (or living space) is filthy, his laundry is undone because he doesn’t know how to work the machine and he only eats junk and fast food because he doesn’t know how to cook because he never really had to (PB&J and Ramen Noodles don’t qualify).
Because every woman is different, every date should be different as well. A real man does exactly what he says he's going to do and you won't have to ask him a million times for it, he'll just do it because you're worth it to him and you're important.
When you're worth it and you matter to him, he's going to do whatever it takes to make you his. A real man doesn't date five or ten women at the same time because he's going to be giving his full attention to only one woman.
As this point in life, between your own dating experiences and those of fictitious characters, you’ve probably learned that there are guys who just shouldn't be in relationships.
You know them — the ones don’t care enough to clean the leftover pizza off the floor when you come over.