Do you know how to be more mature or what maturity even means?
If you've ever hung around a toddler or a teenager for any length of time, you know what immaturity looks like.
If the toddler doesn't get her way, she might scream, stomp, and fall on the floor in a fit of rage and frustration.
Toddlers have few filters preventing them from expressing their inner worlds in a dramatic fashion.
Teenagers have more filters but still don't have a fully-formed prefrontal cortex, the brain's rational thinking arena.
Teens may not fall on the floor in a fit, but they might scream, slam doors, pout, or use passive-aggressive and manipulative tactics to achieve their goals. It takes them a while to learn how to act maturely.
What Makes Someone Mature?
It isn't until we are about 25-years-old that our brains are fully developed, and we're capable of understanding consequences, using sound judgment, and practicing more mature behavior.
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