As a man ages, his life's experiences teach him several valuable lessons. Those lessons — which typically include stumbling through relationship strife, experiencing financial gains and losses, and dealing with career and life turmoil -- are all uniquely merged to shape his character. What he's learned doesn't make him perfect; rather, each lesson is a fragment of educational and enlightening reality that, when combined, produce a heart and mind overflowing with undeniable wisdom. When a man matures, it doesn't mean he is boring, stringent and forgets how to have fun; it simply means he has experienced life's ups and downs, taken its hardest punches and not only survived, but flourished. He has made his share of mistakes and bone-headed decisions, and paid for them.
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As a relationship coach, I talk to a lot of women who are relatively convinced that either all men are dogs or all the good ones are gone. I can tell you with complete certainty that's just not true. I see great men pretty much everywhere I look. I have a bunch of really incredible men on my case load who are single and looking. In all fairness though, there are a lot of man-children out there on the dating market, and they get around. They give the species a bad name. These men are unbalanced, immature and self-absorbed.