A Review: 8 Things Emotionally Immature People Do

A Review: 8 Things Emotionally Immature People Do

8 may seem like a lot of actions to cover in a short video… A Review: 8 Things Emotionally Immature People Do.

This is our snapshot review of the video posted today. Two questions asked by the author kick off the presentation.

8 things emotionally mature people don’t do:

1. Overreact – 0:42
2. Hold Grudges – 1:08
3. Emotionally blackmail people – 1:32
4. Deny your problems – 2:02
5. Blame others – 2:31
6. Beat yourself up – 2:57
7. Act Self- absorbed – 3:22
8. Always need to be right – 3:43

How often do you find yourself saying or doing things without a second thought?
Are you in control of your emotions or do you often react immediately to your surroundings?
Emotional maturity is more than a matter of age. It’s about the way you treat yourself and those around you.
It doesn’t always come easy and you may even find yourself struggling with it for years.
If you’d like to start trying to be a better, more emotionally mature person today, then here are a few things emotionally mature person don’t do.
Original article – https://psych2go.net/8-things-emotion… Are you truly mature?
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References:
Saul, L. J. (2007). Emotional maturity; the development and dynamics of personality.
Sharma, B. (2012). Adjustment and emotional maturity among first-year college students. Pakistan Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 9(3), 32-37.
Pastey, G. S., & Aminbhavi, V. (2006).  Impact of emotional maturity on stress and self-confidence of adolescents. Journal of the Indian Academy of applied psychology, 32(1), 66-70. Nicholls, A. R., Levy, A. R., & Perry, J. L. (2015). Emotional maturity, dispositional coping, and coping effectiveness among adolescent athletes. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 17, 32-39.
Leung, J. J., & Sand, M. C. (1981). Self-Esteem and Emotional Maturity in College Students. Journal of College Student Personnel, 22(4), 291-99.
Hyatt, L., Hyatt, B., & Hyatt, J. (2007). Effective leadership through emotional maturity. Academic Leadership: The Online Journal, 5(2), 4.
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A Review: 8 Things Emotionally Immature People Do

Summary

Two questions asked by the author kick off the presentation.

“How often do you find yourself saying or doing things without a second thought?”
“Are you in control of your emotions or do you often react immediately to your surroundings?”

Each of us can answer these two questions in different ways to reflect our own beliefs and circumstances.

There are 6 articles cited in the description to support the material

“It’s about the way you treat yourself and those around you.” This is the quote you should focus on.

As a reviewer of this subject, my reflection started after the posting-review process.

However, these questions really need some time to reflect upon. So here is the challenge.

Watch the video, take time to reflect on the content and then give yourself a summary.

With 6 cited articles noted each with the subject in the referenced matter. A wide range of dates is included.

This presentation should reveal more questions to seek answers for in how we deal with the subject.