| Published: December 31, 2020
Influence of marital status on emotional maturity among female young adults
Emotional Maturity is an aspect that is very close to the personality. Personality is what will shape the individual brought in daily life for themselves and their environment. A person can be said to have matured emotionally when they have been able to think objectively. Emotional maturity is an expression of emotion that is constructive and interactive. Individuals who have reached emotional maturity is characterized by the presence in the ability to control emotions, to think realistically, understand themselves and be able to show emotion when and where appropriate. The present study compares the emotional maturity of Married working and Non-working female young adults. 30 married working and 30 married non-working female participants total 60 females (30-married working females & 30 non-working female) questionnaire were included in the study used to assess emotional maturity. The emotional maturity scale developed by Dr. Yashvirsingh (1971) was used for data analysis and concluded result „t‟ test was used. There is a significant difference in the emotional maturity among married working and non-working female young adults. The result indicates the working females significantly differ on Emotional maturity score as compared to non-working females, working females have shown better Emotional Maturity compared to non-working female young adults.
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© 2020, Bharath A., Nethravathi R. & Pallavi K.P.
Received: November 17, 2020; Revision Received: December 23, 2020; Accepted: December 31, 2020
Published in Volume 08, Issue 4, October-December, 2020