Emotional maturity is having the ability to manage your emotions no matter the circumstance.
It’s knowing how to respond in tough situations and still keep your cool, be content and act in a diplomatic manner.
Characteristics of Emotional Maturity
Some of Characteristics of an emotionally mature person are: -
Owning p to mistakes
Being unafraid of vulnerability
Recognising and accepting the needs of others
Setting healthy boundaries in relationship's
How to develop emotional maturity.
A large part of emotional maturity comes from being in tune with your emotions and being honest with yourself about how you feel, especially in uncomfortable situations. It's incredibly tempting to ignore feeling a particular emotion or having memories that we find uncomfortable and even painful at times especially when a particular person is involved.
Ways to develop your emotional maturity include
Cutting people slack
Trying not to care so much about what people think of you or say about you
Stop blaming others for your problems
Becoming more aware of the impact you have on others
Learning to handle criticism better
Learning to set boundaries
Leting go of the small stuff
Being positive regardless of the situation you are in
Continuously adjusting and re-adjusting to the circumstances of life
A lot of situations can frustrate you in life but being flexible and knowing you don't know everything in life helps you to see things from a different perspective. If you are on the journey of trying to be more emotionally mature remember whenever you are in an uncomfortable situation seek out multiple points of vies to help give you a more informed view
Listen To Podcast S3 E4: Signs of Emotional Maturity