) doesn’t mean they’re not perfectly content spending their adult years mooching off their parentals.Recognizing your partner’s living situation for what it really is is the first step in admitting you’re dating an adult child.Navigating the waters of the dating pond is tricky enough, regardless of what kind of relationship you’re looking for.And while there are plenty of fish in the sea, some seem to be stuck in a perpetual state of childhood.While we’re firm believers in striking a healthy work-life balance, there’s a time and a place for everything.If your partner’s idea of properly-weighed scales leans a little too heavily on the life side, there’s a problem.It goes like this: You meet a potential partner, start falling for them, and eventually come to realize there’s a reason the two of you only spend the night at your place.Just because your partner’s not living with three old ladies and sleeping on a race car bed (grandma’s boy, anyone?
If your partner is one of those people who just really needs to get a grip, it’s time to do some de-stressing and decluttering of your own, and jump ship. Well, if you need to use it with your partner every day, it’s time to take a good, hard look at the toll your partner’s behavior is taking on your relationship.
There are just some people out there who can’t seem to take any sort of responsibility for their actions.
For some reason, they never quite got the memo that, yes, they’re an adult now, which means being held accountable for their actions.
You know the type: the ones who don’t take responsibility for their actions, or who still — gasp — live at their parents’ house.
Yes, those immature, childish folks are out there, and they may be the first ones to take your bait.