Signs of Emotional Immaturity & How to Bring Emotional Health Into Your Relationships

Episode Notes

Do you walk on eggshells with someone you love?

Do you sometimes feel like you can't have an honest conversation?

Signs of emotional immaturity are everywhere. In today’s episode, we dive into the signs of emotional immaturity and its profound effect on our relationships. You'll learn the difference between emotionally mature and immature responses so that you can improve your connections.  

Here’s what we cover:

  1. Why emotional immaturity is so prevalent & how it showed up in me!
  2. Examples of mature vs. immature emotional responses
  3. The difference between emotional immaturity and narcissism
  4. The role of enmeshment in emotional immaturity
  5. Tips for how to navigate a relationship with an emotionally immature person
  6. Tips for growing in emotional maturity

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Related Episodes:

  • Episode 1: What Is Narcissism Really?
  • Episode 94: Should I Stay or Should I Walk Away? How to Discern When It’s Time to Leave with Emily P. Freeman
  • Episode 95: 4 Toxic Behaviors You Need to Recognize & the #1 Way to Protect Yourself

Music by Andy Luiten

Sound editing by Kelly Kramarik

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