In psychology, Peter Pan syndrome refers to a person, mostly a man, who is unable or doesn’t want to grow up mentally and be an adult.Although this can be observed in both men and women, more men than women are affected by this condition.
People with this syndrome have the mind of a child in the body of an adult human being. Currently, this syndrome is not medically accepted or approved.Created by novelist J.
M. Barrie, Peter Pan refers to a fictional character who never grows up. Similarly, a person with Peter Pan syndrome is someone who doesn’t want to act and behave mature and take responsibilities appropriate for their age. The term describes someone, usually a man, who refuses to work, make commitments in life or act their age..Read more on themindsjournal.com