Rather than ‘falling’ in love, maturity makes you work your way up to it. To fall is to make yourself go lower than where you were before. It requires you to pick yourself up. If you do it properly, love doesn’t have to be that way. It can become a life-long commitment depending on the maturity of the partners.
For a relationship to last, it shouldn’t be difficult. Heated arguments leading to heated sex can sound fun but in truth, they’re just dramatic outburst with very little substance. They only work for people who think relationships work the way they do in movies.
You should be able to find peace and safety in a mature relationship without fighting for it all the time.
Maturity Will Help You Find Answers; Immaturity Raises More Doubts
In relationships that are not mature, you’ll constantly question your feelings for each other. Maturity ensures that you are confident enough in your partner’s love for you without them having to reassure you. You’re a hundred percent sure about the things that really matter.
Maturity Fulfills All Your Desires; Immaturity Makes You Feel Like Something’s Missing
The feeling that something essential is missing is always present in an immature relationship. The feeling will always be there at the back of your mind bothering you no matter how much you try to distract yourself. Maturity in a relationship will leave no gaps to fill. You will be content with each other.
Maturity Teaches You That You Are A Whole Person; Immaturity Makes You Look For Someone To Complete You
People who are not mature look for others like them because they think that another person will make them feel complete for once. Rather than looking for wholeness within themselves, they look for it in others which will never work. When you are mature, you know that you as an individual are complete and your partner will only help you be a better person than you were before.
Maturity Drives You Forward; Immaturity Holds You Back
Love can be a huge distraction. It is easier to hide away from the world in your own cozy room and lose yourselves in each other. But that kind of love will only hold you back. Mature couples push each other to put in the effort necessary to achieve the success they dream about.
Maturity Isn’t Afraid Of Confrontation; Immaturity Hides Behinds Texts
All relationships will have difficulties at times. It is okay to fight but there is a right way to do that. Immature people will send snide texts and make veiled comments but a mature couple will have a proper discussion and not waste time on lengthy arguments.
Maturity Knows What It Wants; Immaturity Is Still Looking For Itself
To be in a strong relationship, both people need to know themselves and what they want. If they’re immature, neither will be fit for a relationship that can last in the long run. They’ll be searching for themselves in all the wrong places.
Maturity Likes Making New Friends; Immaturity Sees Threats Everywhere
Just because you’re with someone doesn’t mean that you cut yourself off from everyone else in the world. Maturity allows people to welcome their partner’s friends into their own lives without seeing them as threats. Immature couples will get inordinately jealous because they aren’t confident in their feelings for each other.
Maturity Believes In Natural Progression; Immaturity Has A Checklist To Tick Off
When you are in love, you don’t have to prove anything to anyone. All relationships are different so they hit milestones at different times. Immature couples think they need to tick off things like moving in together and getting engaged in a specific time period and this just leads to them rushing into things.
Maturity Shares The Burden Of The Past; Immaturity Judges You For It
No one can exist without having a past and we all have moments that we’d rather not think about. You can’t do anything about whatever a person has gone through before you met each other but you can help them move past it. For immature people, this is a deal breaker because they’ll judge a person for the past. Mature couples look to the future and support each other when the past rears its ugly head.