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Things you realize when you get mature | Traits and Signs of a mature person

Things you realize when you get mature. Traits and Signs of a mature person.

What is Maturity?

Maturity is the ability to respond to the environment aware of the correct time and location to behave and knowing when to act, according to the circumstances and the culture of the society one lives in.
Maturity emphasizes a clear comprehension of life's purpose, directedness, and intentionality, which contributes to the feeling that life is meaningful.


Things You Realize When You Get Mature

1. Gossiping is boring, useless and time-wasting.
2. You don't find the phone call from your mom annoying because you care about her.
3. Talk less, listen more and let other people shine.
4. It's okay if you don't know everything.
5. Speak up for yourself, or people never know.
6. It's good to be serious sometimes.
7. Stop to find any excuses and deal with the problem.
8. Time is precious. Say NO to people who waste your time.
9. Love yourself more. Don't hurt yourself for someone else.
10. Cherish friends who are always there when you need them.
11. When you know that you cannot live depending on your parents forever.
12.  When you do a favor and expect nothing in return.
13. When you realize that arguing with someone who will never understand is pointless.
14. When you know that you are the only one who can help yourself without any complications.
15. When you start thinking before acting.
16. When you stop judging people unnecessarily.
17. When you bring home a small piece of happiness after your everyday work.
18. When you draw a line between your personal and professional life.
19. When you realize that looks and money are not everything.
20. When you realize that your family is the only one that stays beside you when no one else does.
21. When you know the value of hard-earned money of your parents and spends it wisely.
22. When you appreciate someone for their goodness.
23. When you stop giving heed to rumors and negative vibes that affect you.
24. When you stop trying to change people and instead focus on changing ourselves.
25. When you try to understand the situation of somebody who hurt you instead of trying to hurt them back. 
26. When you accept people for who they are.
27. When you understand everyone is right in their own perspective.
28. When you realize nothing is more important in this world than you and your family.
29. When you understand whatever you do, you do for your own peace.
30. When you stop proving to the world how intelligent you are.
31. When you focus on positives in people.
32. When you do not seek approval from others.
33. When you stop comparing yourselves to others.
34. When you are at peace with yourself.
35. When you can differentiate between need and want, and you can let go of your wants.
36. When you stop attaching happiness to material things.
37. When you learn to let go, accept the situation and move on.
38. When you don't react to the behavior of insane people.
39. When you are able to drop expectations from a relationship and give for the sake of giving.
40. When you learn to walk away from people and situations that threaten our peace of mind, self-respect, values, morals, and self-worth.
41. When you stand up for fairness and justice for yourself and others and choosing to do the right thing.
42. When you know there is always room to grow and improve and reaching out for help.
43. When you find joy in the success of someone else, not envy or criticism.




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