At what age do you think most males start taking Relationships seriously?

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At what age do you think most males start taking Relationships seriously?

IslandGoddess IslandGoddess
I know most teenagers dont take relationships seriouly. The guys wann talk to all girls and try all girls, I guess because of curiousity. What age do you think most males start taking relationships seriously? Do you think it all depends on the guy and when he feel like he found the write girl? I'd say between the ages of 15-22 they play games...Maybe by 23/24 they start to take relationships a little more seriously but at 25 they should be ready right?
09/09/2011
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Peggi Peggi
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Originally posted by IslandGoddess
I know most teenagers dont take relationships seriouly. The guys wann talk to all girls and try all girls, I guess because of curiousity. What age do you think most males start taking relationships seriously? Do you think it all depends on the guy ...
I think it depends on the guy. I know a guy in his mid 30's who still isn't ready. He acts like he is either late teens or early 20's as far as behavior and how he treats relationships
09/09/2011
Redboxbaby Redboxbaby
I think it depends on the guy. You know, some girls act the same way. This is not universally one gender that does or does not take relationships seriously at certain ages.

My son is 16 and has been in a serious long term relationship with his girlfriend for well over a year. He is very much in a, "my world revolves around her," mindset and then again, she thinks the same way of him.

I know women who are 10-15 years older than I am and they act like cats out on the prowl whether they are single or not. That said, I know men even older than that who do the same thing.

It has little to do with age and gender and more to do with personality.
09/09/2011
Chilipepper Chilipepper
Absolutely it's their personality and not their age. It has to do with their attitude about commitment. I know men in their 50's who still won't commit to anything more than a few weeks. I also know kids in their late teens who intend to marry their high school sweethearts.
09/09/2011
Ansley Ansley
As others have said, it depends on the person. For what it's worth, a person can take a relationship seriously and still have zero desire to make a committment in the end.
09/09/2011
JessCee JessCee
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Originally posted by Chilipepper
Absolutely it's their personality and not their age. It has to do with their attitude about commitment. I know men in their 50's who still won't commit to anything more than a few weeks. I also know kids in their late teens who intend to ...
agreed. I had a boyfriend in high school that took our relationship more seriously than the guys I'm finding now.... ughhh... it definitely has nothing to do with age.
09/09/2011
Ryuson Ryuson
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Originally posted by IslandGoddess
I know most teenagers dont take relationships seriouly. The guys wann talk to all girls and try all girls, I guess because of curiousity. What age do you think most males start taking relationships seriously? Do you think it all depends on the guy ...
It really depends on the guy. My boyfriend was never 'girl crazy' at any age, and we've been in a monogamous relationship since we were 16
09/09/2011
babyrock babyrock
As a guy, I'd say it's 50/50. The guy has to be in the right mindset. That could happen at any age, and a guy could desire a serious relationship for a few years and regress back to wanting to play around. The other half depends on the girl. Maybe in the first few years she appears to be the one, but after all the hormones have calmed down, the girl turns out to want something else. People change as they grow older and the couple may grow closer or grow apart. There really is no hard and fast rule other than any biological constraints placed on men and women regarding children.
09/09/2011
P'Gell P'Gell
It depends on the boy. I once went out with a boy and he broke up with me by saying that I was too "strong" for his family and he had to break up with me because he "had to start looking for a wife." He was... eighteen years old! I started to laugh so hard, I couldn't breathe. Made the break up easier. "Yeah, Johnny has to find a wife, so we broke up." LOL!

I know 19 year olds who were ready to at least be monogamous and 40 year olds who were not. It depends on the man.
09/09/2011
indiglo indiglo
I totally agree with what's been said. It depends on the person, regardless of gender. I think it also depends on the pairing - if you meet a person you are really compatible with and really love, you might get ready to be serious about it really quickly. There's no magic age, but if there were, I think it would be higher than 25!
09/09/2011
Sex'и'Violence Sex'и'Violence
I think it's different for everyone. There's no set age.
09/09/2011
Naughty Student Naughty Student
I think this is sort of unfair...I know guys that were in serious relationships starting 15. One has been with his girl for many years, 7.

I don't think it is an age thing more than a personality and social standard/expectation kind of thing.

Perhaps some boys like to fool around...but girls too!!!! I think some women tend to look for something more serious more quickly because we have evolved that way. Woman wants a man to fulfill her needs, make babies, and provide for the babies. Men want to procreate as much as possible with as many people as possible to pass down his genes.

We are not our genes and we are not clueless evolved beings but these things do affect our behavior and choices we make. It's sort of part of the collective unconscious.
09/09/2011
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