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    At What Age Do Most Women "Mature" Relationship Wise?

    I'm 27 and my last gf was 20. It didn't take long to get the impression that this girl just didn't want a relationship. She wanted to go out to clubs, meet new people, get fucked by various guys, and I don't think I really had much to do with it. She just wasn't at a place in her life where she was ready to settle down.

    Once she turned 21 it was game over. She never drank and said she had no interest in drinking or going to clubs when her birthday hit. About 2 weeks before she gave me a warning that she hopes I wont be jealous that she is going to go out drinking and clubbing now that she's going to be 21. I wound up dumping her a week after her birthday.

    I learned I'll never get into a serious relationship with a girl who hasn't turned 21 yet again. But it's not like 21 is old and wise either. At what age do you think girls start to calm down, realize what they want, hopefully become less crazy and irrational, and more willing to accept a stable relationship as opposed to being resentful for feeling tied down in their youth.

    25? 30? My end goal is a serious relationship and marriage with a woman that's right for me, and I much prefer the younger girls bodies, but its time for me to bite the bullet I guess and get closer to my own age . Where girls metabolisms have slowed and bad habits have shown.



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    I just ended something with a 25 year old because of her shady bar activities. Thought at that age I was safe, but she was a bit of a late bloomer.

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    It seems so hard to find girls that don't like getting drunk at clubs/bars. I don't even go to them because I don't want to meet girls there. And every girl I meet wherever tells me they hardly ever go out. Then when I get to know them better they are out getting drunk at least Friday and Saturday, and some other weekday, I mean every other day these girls are out drinking at the clubs/bar but claim they never go out. I don't know how girls delude themselves into thinking they always stay at home.

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    honestly, i was hanging out with some girls in their late twenties who were saying that they don't want to be tied down yet. my attitude from now on is that if you are serious about a girl, knock her up. that puts things on a whole other level. if you aren't willing to have a baby with her, who cares what she does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erostratus View Post
    What if she just gets an abortion .
    or uses birth control.....

    Looking forward to several threads in the coming weeks about what to do now the gf is pregnant...

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    It's not age - it's maturity. The person is either mature or immature. I have dated women who are mature at 21 and have dated women who are immature at 29.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erostratus View Post
    And every girl I meet wherever tells me they hardly ever go out. Then when I get to know them better they are out getting drunk at least Friday and Saturday, and some other weekday, I mean every other day these girls are out drinking at the clubs/bar but claim they never go out. I don't know how girls delude themselves into thinking they always stay at home.
    Totally. I've kind of gravitated towards women in their upper 20s lately, but that seems like it comes with it's own set of problems. Ex-husbands, kids, baggage.

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    28 is the widespread answer...but really it varies so much with the individual and her belief structure and world model. Some girls want a serious relationship at 18 and to never date another person. Some never do...even if they believe otherwise.

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    I would say never. I have no personal experience with this, just what i've seen with my friends and family and also what I read about. I think though that a girl never really matures. All it is is her expectations and desperation because a woman's looks and biological clock is ticking. Thus, a woman at 30 is much more willing to tolerate certain behavior or at least not say anything out of fear of rejection and desertion. A woman at 30 might also understand the dynamics of what guys want and need a little better then a girl at 21 because of her experiences. However, I don't think this should be confused with maturity because it's not. The reason she is doing it is to keep you because her options are getting more and more limited. Just my take on it.

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