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Whether or not the word "immature" can be properly defined or not by this point is moot. The word gets thrown around as a hollow insult that it's lost any meaning in a real description. If you call someone "immature", no matter how polite you might interpret yourself saying it towards someone, it's a hostile attack, to which I ask, why would a person NOT defend themselves against such an attack? What good would it do? If they indeed change the behaviour that one might consider "immature", then attacking someone in a manner like that has worked, and you've been rewarded for attacking someone. All you need to do now is compile a list of other things you can insult them for, claiming you're not being hostile or mean, but in fact trying to help them, and the cycle continues. If you continue getting your way calling things a person does "immature", you can only expect to find yourself becoming more hostile and angry, as you find more "immature" things you see as a person needing to change.
I can't think of anyone who I would label as "immature", as I believe the term to be hollow and lacking any real meaning or substance. I also consider it a fruitless process, making myself angry over another person, thinking they need to change when I don't have the power to change them. I don't have the power to control other people.
I spend time with people who's time I enjoy, and I would prefer that they not change, especially not for me or if someone told them they engaged in something that was "immature".
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