How Mature Are You Really? 15 Seconds Maturity Test 2021

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We come across many sayings about maturity and growing up … We at times wonder practicing the art of gaining maturity and end up miserably because certain things are not a planned activity, especially the thought process inside us. So, let us rephrase or bend down a little, to give an ‘other way’ to handle situations or “develop maturity” with a different style.
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RESULT

0-50 IMMATURE

Immature people don't understand how to take responsibility for their actions.They rarely process the consequences of their decisions acting solely on their emotions and they're careless desires all right.

100-150 MATURE

You are sensitive and considerate towards others and having the ability to change and adapt to circumstances. An emotionally mature person is always adding value to himself and those around

200-250 HIGHLY MATURE

You are highly matured. You possess the ability to debate your point without getting defensive. At some point, you have to be able to tell someone:”I guess we will agree to disagree.” That doesn't involve insulting them, belittling them, or judging them. You understand your surroundings and are ready to take the world head-on with no fear.

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There are so many sayings that talk about expectation and the hurt it gives back. So the conclusion is to least or don’t expect. But “human emotions” are key for man to be the frontier in the food chain. And hence let us bend the rule towards our side yet not costing maturity! We say maturity is understanding things and no pique. But anger is an emotion and can’t (or need not) be controlled, instead if we try to divert anger with positivity, then we are mature enough. In other words, getting exasperated for the right cause and turning it for a good cause or showing to get things corrected and managing our anger, for and towards righteousness, is attaining sensibility! Maturity does not mean to keep thinking positively and avoid negativity. It is all about converting negatives or understand the lesson learned from negativity to get inclined towards the positive axis. If not for negativity, we won’t have attained positivity. Hence need not bother to ignore negativity, but understand the bad stuff it has to get improved and developed.
On the whole, maturity is not something to learn and acquire but must bloom inside us. It is not something to ‘forcefully’ suppress human nature but it should be used to convert to and create positive vibes surrounded to remain non-perplexed, happier in a simple manner, do it all that we like, remain ourselves but improvise regularly from within! maturity is the ability to respond to a situation in an age-appropriate manner. Children, as you can imagine, are not inherently mature. When arguments arise between parents and toddlers, situations devolve into temper tantrums and tears. As individuals age, though, they learn more about what type of response a situation calls for. While a teenager may still yell and slam doors when they don’t get their way, they’re unlikely to throw the same type of fit they would have as a child, because (hopefully) they’ve matured since then. Likewise, an adult may respond to an anger-filled situation by walking away and removing themself from the encounter or trying to talk it out.
Furthermore, when someone is mature, they have the ability to make good decisions on their own, without being guided to them by a parent or another adult. For another broad example, a toddler might decide that it’s a good idea to chew on crayons, but both teens and adults would never have that thought because they’ve been taught from a young age that crayons aren’t food. Developing new habits is hard, especially when it involves training your brain, but it is possible to change your behaviors. The next time you have an interaction with a friend, a classmate, or an adult, pay attention to your words, behaviors, and actions. Notice if you’re interrupting someone all the time, speaking your mind without regard to other’s feelings, or placing blame on others. Once you identify the ways that you want to improve, set goals and make changes in your everyday interactions. Soon, you’ll find that these new behaviors will become habits, and your maturity level (at least most of the time) will skyrocket!

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