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4 signs of an immature relationship with emotions


4 signs of an immature relationship with emotions

17 January 2024

If you want to shift your inner patterns and heal old wounds, you’re going to need a very different relationship to your emotions than many cultures and societies have taught you. Many of the ways we see people relate to emotions are actually immature, meaning that a development that could have happened got paused or down-prioritized.

That doesn’t mean there’s something wrong with you, and that the opportunity is over. Far from it. Building a new, more mature, relationship to your emotions is a journey that is never too late to take. When your inner relationship evolves, so will your outer.

In this episode, we look at four common expressions of an immature relationship to emotions, explore why it happened and the skills to feel deeply.

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