Dating an emotionally immature man
If you notice a guy acting like a player, it’s a clear sign that he is one.
Players are the epitome of being too immature and too self-centered for a real relationship. If he can’t keep a job, chances are it’s because he’s too immature to do so.
The entitlement issues he has will only become more apparent as time passes. If he’s constantly talking about how much money he makes, hitting up strip clubs, or just acting like his entire life is a Riff Raff video outtake, it’s a bad sign.
Life is not all about partying, getting drugged up, and buying crap you can’t afford.
Like toddlers, emotionally immature people often don't know how they feel, and this causes frustration and anger.
Even plain old boredom or the temporary loneliness of having no plans can lead to a total crisis.
Believe it or not, emotional maturity doesn't necessarily have to do with age.
If he can’t be respectful enough to be on time, it’s time to call it quits. When a guy does this, it’s just painfully gross and extremely unattractive.
It only proves that he’s too much of a baby and a wuss to deal with the problems that life hands us all. Does he feel a need to put others down or make others uncomfortable just so that he gets to feel like the “head honcho”?
Some guys have great intentions but just don’t really have the level of maturity it takes to follow through with the requirements of a real adult relationship.
The problem is that they often end up in relationships anyway and hurt good women as a result of their childishness. Avoid guys who exhibit these signs: Acting like a player.