Although the term immature is used to refer to the process of growth in the adult world, in this case, we are talking about maturity in emotions.
Although the term immature is used to refer to the process of growth in the adult world, in this case, we are talking about maturity in emotions. What does it mean to be emotionally immature, and why is this not a trivial issue?
The presence of one of these characteristics does not imply that we can define ourselves as emotionally immature. The following are guidelines but have no diagnostic meaning. Emotional immaturity is a condition that can change with growth. Maturity is a process, and not everyone is necessarily at the same stage.
What is emotional immaturity?
An emotionally immature subject assumes childlike behavior that is ultimately inappropriate for his or her chronological and emotional age. Here are 5 signs that this is a condition that could also affect you.
1) Hijacking conversations
A variety of behaviors can fall into this category. For example, immature people avoid those conversations that go beyond superficiality. They feel a kind of discomfort when their emotions, past mistakes, or anything that involves reflection and introspection is brought to light.
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