After spending several nights a week with my single sirious dater friend. She'll finish off her 3rd cocktail and say "I just need a man, tired of dating these boys."
I'm not really sure what makes a guy say median age 25 from a "boy" to a "man". I'm sure it's some willing take responsabilitie and commitment. That's my assumption. What are 5 good examples of what differentiates the men from boys!
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He acts mature, he is a gentleman, reliable, honest and trustworthy.
He is settled, in his life and in his mind and sometimes in his career.
He's consistent, he doesn't enjoy the dramas of being young anymore and just wants to make the most out of life.
He listens and pays attention and is interested in deeper friendships and relationships. He is looking for something more in a partner and friends.
He has 'grown up' interests, he'd rather take a girl out for dinner rather than to a movie for a first date and can hold in depth adult conversations
... everyone might not agree with me but I think those traits would help me separate the men from the boys.1