6 Traits Of An Emotionally Mature Person

Traits Of An Emotionally Mature Person

5. Acknowledgement and gratitude.

We are getting drained of the habit of acknowledgment and thanksgiving. The world as we know it is already hesitant of being thankful to life.

But an emotionally mature person knows that even the smallest things that make us happy are more treasurable than gold itself. When we feel thankful for little things, our lives become the vessel of contentment and positivity. The more one demands from life, the more one turns out to be feverish.

This discontent and mental chaos eventually leads to severe dissatisfaction that can never be extinguished, but only fueled by more expectations and demands. An emotionally mature person sees the folly of this and is always thankful for whatever life has bestowed upon them.

6. Compassion.

In all the major religions across the world, compassion has been the key driving factor behind human welfare. Without compassion, there is no sense of brotherhood and communion among human souls.

An emotionally mature person has transformed themselves into a vessel of compassion because for them, human virtues outweigh any scope for selfish gains. They know that without compassion, humanity will eventually doom itself through conflict and greed.

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The world inherited by the next generated, if lacks compassion, then would disintegrate into a cradle of decadence and individualism, solely concerned with material gain. The emotionally mature ones realize this and are motivated to cultivate as much compassion as possible.

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6 Traits Of An Emotionally Mature Person
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Ethan Ray

Hi! Ethan here. Someone passionate about human psychology and how it responds to the world around them. Into philosophies of Freud, Jung, Emerson, Thoreau, etc. Encourage positive thinking, humanitarian acts. Love football, long-boarding. Indulge in films, music and liberal arts.View Author posts