Emotional maturity means knowing how to control your emotions, taking responsibility for your mistakes instead of blaming others, and being accepting of other people’s points of view. Unfortunately, being an adult does not equal being emotionally mature, and that can have negative consequences on their children.
We at Bright Side believe it’s very important to work on your emotional intelligence. But let’s see what emotionally immature parents look like.
1. They only know how to take care of your physical needs.
Emotionally immature parents may be great at making sure their children’s basic needs are met. They might provide them with food, a home, and education, and they’ll take care of them when they’re sick. But such parents aren’t very good at giving emotional support. When their child is worried or upset about something, they might dismiss those feelings because they cannot understand how a child who’s well-provided for could have any problems.
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