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How can I make myself more mature? Upon reading this message initially, I chuckled. Something about the idea of just making yourself more mature sounded silly to me. My next reaction, however, was to sigh with sadness. Or is she voicing a legitimate concern about his readiness to be a good partner?
Cause and Effect. Or it could describe someone who appears to not understand that if you stay out all night, you will perform badly at your big meeting the next day. Alternatively, Partner A may fully understand cause and effect—she may have felt her fair share of consequences—she may simply not value the same things that Partner B does. She may know that staying up late effects work performance… she just values fun and spontaneity more than achievement at work. Like understanding cause and effect, this can be a product of youth—year-olds are understandably less equipped to deal with strong emotions than say, year-olds—but it can also be something that a person struggles with their whole life.
Like emotional maturity, the tendency to deflect personal responsibility is a real problem for relationships. This very problem is echoed in the that sparked this whole discussion. If you find yourself wanting to use the term, ask yourself how else you could describe your qualms with your partner. at letters time. Getty Images. By Kira Asatryan. Kira Asatryan is a relationship coach and author of Stop Being Lonely. Be the first to see the new cover of TIME and get our most compelling stories delivered straight to your inbox. Please enter a valid address.
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