7 señales de que alguien es demasiado inmaduro para ti

¿Estás en una relación con alguien que podría ser inmaduro? Para que dos personas puedan tener una relación fuerte y saludable, es necesario que haya madurez. El nivel de madurez de la pareja puede hacer que las relaciones sean mejores o peores. En este vídeo, vamos a proporcionar señales que te ayudarán a identificar si alguien es demasiado inmaduro para ti. Tal vez, seas tú el menos maduro, entonces podrás aprender de tus áreas débiles y crecer. Nota: Nos gustaría mencionar que este vídeo es solo para fines educativos y no tiene la intención de atacar o criticar a personas que puedan mostrar estos signos. #immature #psych2go #maturity Créditos: Escritora: Chloe Avenasa Editora de guiones: Rida Batool Gerente de guiones: Kelly Soong V.O.: Amanda Silvera Animación: Sam Rain Administradora de YouTube: Cindy Cheong Referencias (en inglés): 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. ¿Tienes una historia que quieras compartir con nosotros? Escríbenos a editorial@psych2go.net Traducción y doblaje: alugha Haz clic aquí para ver más vídeos: https://alugha.com/Psych2Go

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