I don't give any compliments, don't flirt, and don't give up too much about myself.
He's a little older than I, and he's been trying to find out my age but I haven't told him.
Dating a spoiled guy
When something goes wrong with his work or friends, you are the one who bails him out—you explain things to take the heat or responsibility off of his shoulders.
You find yourself making excuses for him, rationalizing his poor choices, and working to see things from his perspective more than your own.
The idea of a boy who never grows up is promoted and even romanticized in our culture as sexy or just “the way men are.” Sadly, women often pay the price for such a prize because there are consequences to keeping this type of “man” in check. This may partly explain why men, by and large, benefit more from marriage than do women.
Marriage brings most men greater happiness, better physical health, and more wealth than their bachelor counterparts.
Should he stay in love with you, or should he just get back to hanging out with his friends and ignore you? And most importantly, are you worth loving forever considering the fact that being with you means he can’t sow his wild oats into any other woman for… [Read: How guys fall in love – The seven stages of love for men] Why do guys fall out of love?