Young for Your Age?

Emotional immaturity can be very hard to spot - often residing in people who, from the outside, look more or less their age. Here, the wonderful School of Life offer us an indispensable guide to identifying the worst kinds of emotional immaturity, understanding where these come from and how we might handle them.


Find out more on this and other subjects on the School of Life's blog, here: https://bit.ly/334m8zx The best thing about physical maturity is that it’s generally very easy to spot; we can so easily tell when someone has another decade of growth to go – and can therefore set our expectations, and our levels of forbearance accordingly. We have, however, no such luxury when it comes to emotional maturity. Here we can be constantly surprised by what we have on our hands. The most incredible forms of immaturity can coexist with all the trappings of adult life and a confident and knowledgeable manner. It can be a long time into a friendship, romantc or working relationship before we realise that we are unwittingly dealing with an emotional neophyte...

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