<b>Emotional Maturity of Trainee Teachers and Ways of Developing Emotional Maturity for Them</b> Emotional maturity is when someone can manage their emotions no matter their circumstances. They know how to respond to tough situations and still keep their cool. It s a skill set they can consistently work on over time. Because maturity is based in responsibility, mature people live with higher levels of happiness and lower levels of depression and stress. The emotionally mature turn their happiness into sharing and generosity. They offer helpful services to others as a way to spread their own wealth and joy in ways that circle back. It is often easy to spot an emotionally mature person as people are naturally drawn to them thanks to their ability to listen without judgment and show empathy to others. A large part of emotional maturity comes from being in tune with your emotions and being honest with yourself about how you are feeling. Maturity, Emotional, Teacher, Emotional development 26-28 Issue-4 Volume-6 Sindhumathi. M