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3 Signs of an Emotionally Mature Person

Emotional maturity means the ability to understand, and manage, your emotions. Basically how well you respond to situations. An emotionally mature person

1.   Draws Strength from their own self

This is a regional saying which was displayed in a store” People are not so much saddened about their own sadness as much as they are saddened about the happiness of others”.
Situation: This is very much evident when results of an exam are announced. People who fail are very happy when they hear that their friends have failed too. In the group of friends, if one of them has passed with flying colors, the rest of them will feel very sad not because they failed but for the fact that this person has cleared that too with high grades. I also had a similar experience in my life.
This is the time when inner strength comes into picture irrespective on which side of the situation you are in. To accept your failure with grace or feel genuinely happy for the person who is experiencing happiness and join in the celebration.

One has to centered to handle emotionally charged situations with ease.
The only person that you can manage is YOU. To manage ‘YOU”, it is important to know your emotions.

2.   Listens to inner voice
Our inner voice is a small voice. It is continuously giving us hints. It helps us to understand our thoughts, feelings and actions. If we could take out little bit of time and listen, we are on our way to building inner strength. Deep down within we start changing bit by bit as we are slowly becoming aware of ourselves. That is when we are bringing the quality of awareness into our experiences. This awareness of our feelings and experiences move us towards being a mature person. It is not simply through age we become mature. The day or the time when we bring in awareness into our experiences, that experience becomes maturity.

3.               Not committing the same mistake again
Success does not consist in never making mistakes but in never making the same one a second time -  George Bernard Shaw

If we are committing the same mistake again and again, that means we are not learning from our mistakes. A mature person does not commit the same mistake again, however he commits a totally new mistake. Let every mistake sharpen you from inside. As we go deep within each situation and become aware, we tend to become more intelligent. Start becoming aware of your mistakes.

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