The maturity of relationships is a hard definition to explain. Mature relationships are the ones that last. A relationship can be ‘mature’ from day one, maturity in this sense refers to the capacity for strength, growth and other formations required for a sustainable relationship. Mature relationships can sour and become immature ones.
Below we look at what separates a mature relationships from the immature. It’s subtle differences, you don’t ‘fall in love’ or ‘out of love’ in mature relationships. It’s a far more stable experience that you work to keep on track, but carries its own momentum.
Immature Relationships strive To Unite The Two Into One Solid Person; Mature Relationships Are About The Teamwork Of Two People
There is less dependence in a mature relationship, more teamwork. People in immature relationships are striving to ‘complete’ the other person, one individual actively compensating for the other’s short comings.
There is a constant comparisons happening between the immature couple. they are trying to line up each other’s flaws with a corresponding strength.
This spends a lot of time and energy. Mature relationships are trying to make two individuals better. Any comparisons serve as a goal and learning template.