7 Signs Someone is Too Immature For You

Are you in a relationship with someone who might be immature? In order for two people to be able to have a strong and healthy relationship, there needs to maturity. The level of maturity that partners have can make or break relationships. In this video, we'll be providing the signs to help you identify whether someone is too immature for you. Perhaps, you might find yourself being the less mature partner, but that's where you can learn your weak areas and grow. After learning about what makes a person immature, you'd probably want to learn about the opposite - what makes someone mature. If so, you can check out our previous video where we discussed the signs of a mature person: https://youtu.be/yhwpJCT-25g Note: We would like to mention that this is meant for educational purposes only and not at all intended to attack or criticize anyone who may be displaying these signs. #immature #psych2go #maturity Credits: Writer: Chloe Avenasa Script editor: Rida Batool Script Manager: Kelly Soong VO: Amanda Silvera Animator: Sam Rain YouTube Manager: Cindy Cheong References: Domingue, R., & Mollen, D. (2009). Attachment and conflict communication in adult romantic relationships. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 26(5), 678-696. Behera, S., & Rangaiah, B. (2017). Relationship between emotional maturity, self-esteem, and relationship-satisfaction: a study on adolescent relationship dynamics. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 34(11); 109-121. Taylor, S., & Leslie, J. B. (2013). An examination of romantic relationships and self-perception accuracy. Journal of Marriage and Family, 32(21); 249-253. Levendosky, A., Huth, A., & Semel, M. (2002). A study on self-victimization as a tactic of emotional manipulation in adolescent romantic relationships. Journal of Social Psychology, 31(2); 206-218. Rhule-Louie, D. M., & McMahon, R. J. (2007). Problem behavior and romantic relationships: Assortative mating, behavior contagion, and desistance. Clinical child and family psychology review, 10(1), 53-100. Hocutt, M. A. (2018). Relationship dissolution model: antecedents of relationship commitment and the likelihood of dissolving a relationship. International Journal of service industry management. Shulman, S., & Knafo, D. (2017). Balancing closeness and individuality in adolescent close relationships. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 21(4), 687-702. Have a story you want to share with us? Contact us at editorial@psych2go.net Transcript: Modified/corrected by alugha Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/Psych2Go

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