Dating a man who lives with his mother
Then sometimes you just try and deal with the situation by not dealing with it at all.
I spent four months with a guy driving around all night, parking, and attempting to have sex in the back seat of his Jeep. I still have PTSD from it, and to this day, I can’t think about the sheer and utter embarrassment I felt without tensing up.
I think those are valid reasons for a man to live with his mother, and most would agree.
Now, if he is there because he simply can’t take care of himself (i.e.
There is no need to entertain a man who isn’t trying to do something with his life.
In some cases, men choose to live with their mothers because their mothers need them.
can’t cook, do laundry, clean a house, pay his own bills, etc.) then passing him over is understandable.
Here are a few things to consider before you draw any conclusions due to the fact that he still lives with his mother.Maybe she has some health issues or is in transition.I’ve even read where Hangover star Bradley Cooper moved his mother in with him after the death of his father.No matter what the reason, if he is still at home and he has “momma’s boy” tendencies, then you should proceed with caution.
Men who demonstrate these traits are far more likely to place the desires of their mother before their wives.I’d come over to a guy’s house, we’d immediately go to his room (which was usually in the basement), and as soon as we started to get comfortable, his mom would come down and see if we wanted anything.