10 Common Signs of Maturity

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Growth Depends on Maturity

 

One

You complain less since you become more grateful and appreciative of what you have. Instead, you use that time to work towards the goals you want to achieve. When maturity kicks in you count your blessings and not your problems.

 

Two

You talk less, listen more and give credit where it’s due because you become more understanding, self-aware and realize that everything is not always about you.

 

Three

You value your time a lot more, as a result you are not afraid to tell others no when it’s necessary. You use that time to constantly improve yourself.

 

Four

You mind your business and wish others well. You don’t concern yourself with the livelihood of others. Instead, you wholeheartedly hope that all is well and they are succeeding in their endeavors.

 

Five

You make peace with your past. You don’t shy away from who you were or what you did before instead, you accept it and humbly move forward with a better understanding of the person you have now become.

 

Six

You are truly happy for the success of others. Hence you are not afraid to let others shine because you know it does not take away from who you are as an individual and your accomplishments thus far in life.

 

Seven

You don’t waste time gossiping. These sessions lose their appeal. They become rather boring, pointless and a complete waste of time. You start replacing them with self-enriching activities.

 

Eight

You are not constantly seeking validation from others. You are confident in yourself and what you have to offer. Hence, you realize that not everyone will agree with who you are and you are perfectly fine with that.

 

Nine

You do things that make you happy. You are not concerned with the opinions of others because you realize that your life is precious and living according to someone else opinions and beliefs will only leave you miserable and unfulfilled.

 

Ten

You place a high value on relationships in general, but most importantly you know who your true friends are so you cherish and make time for them. Additionally, family commitments become a priority.

 

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XX, Janette


 

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