Unlike the fast and hard love of our youth, mature love seems slow and unexciting. But it’s not. It’s the kind of love that knows what it wants and leads to relationships or ends in breakups, but at the very least, it’s decisive. Cherlyn Chong, a breakup recovery and dating expert, defines mature love as “a slow, gradual warm glow within you when you think of the other person. It’s a love that’s kind, understanding and stable, not explosive and obsessive”. It’ll eventually include your collective experiences which will serve as the bedrock for your relationship.
Do you think your current relationship is a mature love? Here are some telltale signs it is.
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