Dating a momas boy
I couldn't handle being his mother though, and we broke up after nearly three years together.Not a "mama's boy", but I did date a "daddy's boy". We came from different cultural backgrounds, which wasn't a problem between us until his dad made complaints that I wasn't meeting his standards of a proper woman.Otherwise, it's probably not going to change much and you'll just grow to resent her even more.Q: Is it ever wise to confront his mother directly? Mandel: If you and he are just beginning to develop a relationship, I wouldn't advise taking on his mother.If you're dating a guy like this, I recommend you cut your losses fast unless he gets help or becomes proactive about growing up.
His father also trash talked about me at a family event I had attended with them, but thankfully his brother (my boyfriends uncle) called him out for being an asshole. He flipped out (I don't blame him) and told his father, who said that if I didn't get an abortion that he would sue me for trying to ruin his sons life.
I am 34, you know...", for example), their talking everyday may not be something worth your concern.
On the other hand, while mom and son may not see or talk to one another very often, if he can't make a decision in his life without her approval or validation, that's a sign of a seriously unhealthy attachment.
In general, the younger your guy, the more slack you can cut him when it comes to cutting the cord.
As long as he's at least taking baby steps as he gets older, the less time and energy you should spend worrying if it will ever happen -- it will, it just may take a little time.