Apparently not in my case.
....and bless SarcasmQueen for her immaturity. AMEN
Awe, thank you. **throws holy water at you.** At least I hope that was water.
*smack-smack* Nope, that weren't water.......
Sorry. All I had to bless was this orange juice.
In theory it's supposed to, but it doesn't always. :-)
Emotionally, one tends to be matured with the life's Lessons at any given age, provided the messages out of them goes across.
Maturity comes with experience..
It tends to come with experience and responsibility which is something age can bring not always... speaking about men here.
it should but for most, no
No. Many adults still act like petulant toddlers
In my case the older I get the less I worry or care about what others think so my answer has to be no darned way.
I'm wondering if there is such a thing.I know I still ''sulk'' if I feel criticised sometimes.
I'm 63, but I still act like I'm about 14.
I think it comes with a little desire to be mature
...physical maturity, yes. As to emotional and mental maturity, the jury's still out.