We all grow differently, this will also be reflected on the rate of maturity. Some people are forced to be responsible at a young age maybe if the parents die and they have to take responsibility of their siblings, while others will have everything done for them hence slow down the age at which they have to be responsible for themselves hence slow maturity.
Someone who is mature will always engage in arguments that are only productive. They don't waste their time fighting over small things that they can't change. Instead they use that time to look at ideas that may improve their lifestyle in one way or another. They also want to engage in things that will add value to their lives or working towards a set goal .
Mature people will often mind their peace hence prefer to hang out in the house resting or sleeping for them to be productive the next day as opposed to going for a night out at the club. Leave a comment below on whether you think you are mature enough or not.
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