Emotions are hardest to measured or studied. These are often called feelings, include experiences such as love, hate, anger, trust, joy, panic, fear, and grief.
They are related to different from, mood. They have specific reactions to a particular event. Usually, we carry our Emotions for a certain period of time.
They have both Physical and mental components.
Generally, Emotions have the following parts: subjective feelings, physiological (body) responses, and expressive behavior.
Physiological responses are easy to measured scientists have developed an device to measure.
A pounding heart, sweating, blood rushing to the face, or the release of adrenaline. in response to a situation that creates intense emotion can all be measured with scientific accuracy.
Why do we have Emotions?
Scientists believe that having Emotions are one of the fundamental traits associated with being human.
Some people have strong Emotions and some can hide their Emotions it doesn’t mean that they are Emotions Less People.
It depend on the bond and care between the people. Emotions also help people monitor their social behavior and regulate their interactions with others.
Every person unconsciously learns to “read” the outward expressions of other people and apply past experience to determine what these outward signs indicate about what the other person is feeling.
What Is “Emotional Maturity”?
Emotional maturity is the ability to handle situations without unnecessarily escalating them. Instead of seeking to blame someone else for their problems or behavior, emotionally mature people seek to fix the problem or behavior. They accept accountability for their actions.
These people don’t lie in uncomfortable situations. Rather, they face the reality of them head-on. In a disagreement, they don’t resort to personal attacks; they address the issue being discussed. They are not impulsive and they don’t speak recklessly. They make sure they are calm and think before they speak.
In short, they aren’t childish.
What age does a man fully emotionally mature
A new survey suggest says that a man fully emotionally mature at 43 years of his age But the average age at which women mature emerged as 32.
It means men will mature Eleven years after women
eight out of ten women believe that men ‘never stop being childish’ – with breaking wind, burping, eating fast food in the early hours and playing video games and doing silly things.
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Researchers asked women to reveal the signs that they say mean a man is still immature. Here are the top 30:
Men don’t mature until they hit 43 ELEVEN years after women
- Finding their own farts and burps hilarious
- Eating fast food at 2am
- Playing videogames
- Driving too fast or ‘racing’ another car at the lights or on the motorway
- Sniggering a bit at rude words
- Driving with loud music
- Playing practical jokes
- Trying to beat children at games and sport
- Staying silent during an argument
- Not being able to cook simple meals
- Re-telling the same silly jokes and stories when with the lads
- Not liking to talk about themselves or have a proper conversation
- Hating books because they have short attention span or think they’re boring
- Doing crazy dance moves
- Their mother still does their washing
- Their mother still makes them breakfast or, indeed, any meal
- Wearing trainers to night clubs
- Owning a skateboard or BMX
- Not eating vegetables
- Changing jobs regularly
- Getting too excited over stag do’s
- Trying to do wheelies or other stunts on their bike
- Driving a modified car or one with a loud exhaust/boy racer
- Showing off about how girls are attracted to them
- Wearing pyjamas, specifically cartoon pyjamas
- Using dodgy chat-up lines
- Showing off about protein shakes/weight-lifting/how much they ‘lift’
- Wearing baggy jeans
- Having a cartoon bedspread
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