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Emotional maturity

Leon J. Saul

Emotional maturity

the development and dynamics of personality and its disorders.

by Leon J. Saul

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Published by Lippincott .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination398p.
Number of Pages398
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13724246M


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One of the more puzzling aspects of the way we’re built is that our emotional development does not necessarily or automatically keep pace with our physical growth. Chapter -Knowledge: Growth & Maturity When Do You Know You Are Emotionally Mature.

26 Suggestions You realise that most of the bad behaviour of other people really comes down to fear and anxiety – rather than, as it is generally easier to presume, nastiness or idiocy. I’m an Integrative Systemic Coaching trainer and special education teacher. I taught workshops and gave lectures in 10 countries, and helped hundreds of people in 20+ countries on 5 continents (on- and offline) find solutions for their emotional patterns.

I wrote the book “Emotional Maturity In Everyday Life” and a related series of. Emotional maturity is a quality worth working towards if you aren’t already there.

What “getting there” means can be different for everyone, since we can’t just change our personalities overnight. Plus, it’s a tough trait to upkeep, especially since it isn’t just one singular trait, but a collection of characteristics that all support and inform each [ ].

Flexibility. Flexibility means understanding that not everything is going to go your way, and that’s just a fact of life.

Being able to make compromises, especially when it involves other people, is a sure sign of emotional maturity.