When they stop watching sports all day. When they stop measuring themselves by how strong, how big there truck/car is and how big there "Johnson" is. When they can say they are sorry and mean it. Lastly when they are courteous enough to PUT the toilet seat DOWN when they are finished. Seldom happens before 40
Well, maturity of the male body begins at puberty and is generally not fully finished until early 20's, and anywhere close to the finished product a male may be called a "man", physically. However, I believe maturity of personhood (man or woman) is a process and can only be judged in hindsight, by examining how you thought, acted, and responded to situations and feelings as you keep "maturing". If you stop learning about people, situations and responsibilities, and stop trying to improve how you interact with them, then you've stopped maturing and (IMO) you can kiss any future designation of being "mature" goodbye. Of course, if I carry that philosophy to its logical terminus, the only truly mature person is a pile of dust. :D
i was in a relationship with a 40 year old and i am 28 and he had male friends that were younger than me and he acted like them young and dumb its like at times he was very mature about the situation but other times he was more acting more like them
Generally the male brain doesnt reach full maturity until around 25 (the female brain, in contrast, generally matures by age 20-22 or so). However, as we women know full well some men never quite make it there at all.
You got a lot of really stupid answers to this question. It isnt an age you are looking for. It is just maturity. My girlfriends youngest child has been turning 35 since he was 5. He has NEVER acted like a child. Even his games were of a mature nature. All three of her boys are straight A students. All 3 are very mature for their ages. They all know what is and was expected of them and acted accordingly. My girlfriend has never even really had to discipline them in any way. She just raised them to be that way from day one.