Mature vs Immature Relationships: An Incredibly Easy Guide that Works for All! (Comic Strips)

Mature vs Immature Relationships: An Incredibly Easy Guide that Works for all! (Comic Strip)

Note: The continuation of this blog post is turned into a pdf for slow net purposes. You can find the download at the end of this post. But be sure to finish reading this post, because the pdf starts at page 19-32. I’ve also put the download link at the center of this post. Got that! Okay here we goooo!

Let’s start off with a story:

Way back when I was in my goody-two-shoes, fifteen-year-old stage, I had the worst boyfriend ever.

Well, just like in many stories, the stars weren’t so right, and destiny said we’re not meant to be together.

So in short, he dumped me, and we broke up and boo-hoo, we never spoke again.

You know I still remember the good old times, sending each other cheeky “goodnight” and “good morning” messages every single day…

In the hottest afternoons, we would hold each other’s sweaty hands under the library table when nobody was looking.

We snuck lame and fuzzy video chats every Saturday night, which we had to hide from our parents. Especially from his strict parents. (Oh boy…)

And lastly, I cannot forget the first gift I received from him. It was Christmas.

No birthdays.

So Bitter.

 

Why I’m telling you this?

Because that’s one brilliant example of puppy love. AKA an Immature relationship.

If you’re reading this post, then I’m pretty sure you’re confused about your feelings toward your relationship.

Let me guess.

Are you having doubts about whether your Knight in Shining Armor is taking your love seriously? Is he head over heels for you? Does he think of you as a future wife, or just a girlfriend?

Let’s call an audible on feeling like your feelings are “not enough’ … or feeling like you’re not sure if he is the right and wonderful guy for you.

Well, honey, you’re on the right track.

In this post, I’m going to show you what’s the different between mature vs immature relationship for starting and long term millennial couples.

So why don’t you sit back and relax as you scroll through this cute chat bubble comic strip I made, just for you! (If you’re wondering who is talking on the other side, that’s my imaginary friend. (Hee-hee!)

And after you read this post, you will be stuffed with bright knowledge and be wittier as you ever were before!

 

Now.

Get.

Ready.

Set.

Go!

(WARNING: THIS POST WILL TAKE YOU 10-20 MINS TO READ, SO GET YOUR POPCORN READY AND DON’T CONSUME THIS POST IN ONE READ!)


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  • This has to be one of the best uses of graphics that I have seen in a very long time.

    • Wow, your comment made my day! Thank you! My blog focuses on visuals, so yeah! More pictures for every post. I’m glad you liked it. Really appreciate it.

  • Mardene Carr

    Graphics are a great way to provide information and you did a beautiful job with this

    • Thank you so much! Yes, graphics is life haha. People are attracted to visuals than words, and this is what my blog is all about! Visual Storytelling, yey!

  • Nida Sohail

    This post is so Sweet ! I think i have immaturely s well in the past !! thanks for drawing attention

  • Omg, I love the two of them, they are so super cute! And the messages are great!

  • Cindy Nicoletti

    Very interesting read. Great messages written really well love the graphics

  • Kelly Hutchinson

    Such a great list of comparisons. My daughter is a teen, so this list would be quite relevant to her.

  • Alayna

    It’s very hard for me to give up my “hot pepper fury.” I am always at a spice level 10. 😛

  • I see you’ve given this a lot of thought. A highly amusing read, and absolutely spot on!

  • Tiffany La Forge-Grau

    These are all so true. Love the comics, too, such a fun way to depict this! I have been in many immature relationships and happy to be in a mature one. 🙂

  • Alicia Taylor

    Thankfully, my husband and I have a wonderful, healthy relationship. We value one another and rarely argue – mainly because we both have excellent communication skills.

  • Marceline Dementori

    I could not agree more and what a fun way to differentiate the two. It’s important that we learn how to distinguish immature and mature relationships. And as we enter a new one, we should have learned our lessons from the past, making us a better partner to our new love.

  • wow so impressed with your post really original and really great advice.

  • Stefanie Stiller

    Wow the comics look great! Ynad you´re article has a great message!!

  • Cassie Liz

    Love your graphics here! So clever and such a good way to depict your message! It’s amazing how different you feel when you find the right relationship!

  • Chen Wang

    Such a great post. I love the comparison and the comics are super cute.

  • Wow. You are so talented and creative. This must have taken you forever! Puppy love was no good, but at the same time, it is so special!

  • Nellwyn

    There’s some great relationship advice in this post. The illustrations are adorable as well!

  • Crystal Carder

    I love the graphics you made in this post. You make a lot of great points.

  • This post brings me back to when I thought I was in a perfect relationship and eventually got dumped out of the sudden. 😅

  • !These illustrations are so cute! Your whole blog is beautiful

  • Interesting share

  • How can this be so right and so related to my life, haha. Well, I don´t even wanna think about my exs .. I´m not saying, I was always the perfect one, but when I look at it now, I just feel like I wasn´t trully loved at all. Well, doesn´t mind at all! I´m still young, haha!

    BTW: You are sooo talented! I ust love ur artworks!

  • I loved this post! I love how much effort you put into your blog!

  • Meg

    WOW, you are such an artist! I can’t even imagine how long this must have taken you. I’m loving the combo of watercolors and graphic design. I want to see more from you.

    • Thank youuu <3 I finished this in 2-3 weeks.

  • Wonderful creation. So much of time and hardwork !

  • Wow, I love it! Everything actually! Amazing 🙂

    https://tinkaragolob.wordpress.com

  • This is such a cute and creative post! Loved it! Thank you for sharing!

  • Such a different post I’ve ever read.. Guess you would have put in lots n lots of efforts..Mature relations are strong & they last for ever..

  • Great post! I just love the visual format, so much fun to read. Thanks for all the great tips!

  • I loved this! so clever 🙂

  • Wow! That was a lot of reading! Lol but you did warn us so there’s that. You did a great job with creating such awesome illustrations to compare the two. And it was for sure entertaining to read. Looking forward to your next post.

  • Nice post mam. I appreciate your commitment.

  • nikhila

    Great post!

  • Well, there’s surely benefits of being a graphic artist and it reflects in your work. Relevant post for most kind of relationships. Some weak and some strong relationship threads are made with time.

  • so muh effort to this blog! amazing 🙂

    • Thank you! it was really 🙂

  • Very nice. If only we all had a guide like this at 15, or even at 30 for some people I know. 🙂 Its wonderful to be part of a couple, a loving relationship but it means both work at it together, to make it work, when kids, careers, in-laws, friends, other nonsense get in the way of the couple being happy together, it is not always hard but sometimes when life happens the couple have to put their priorities right and stick together. Then and only then can love conquer all. 🙂

    • Hi five!!! I wished they could have put this on cartoons or something, to educate young teens.

  • Such a great post and so true!
    I am actually marrying my childhood sweetheart. We met at 15 and have had to learn to change our relationship from immature to mature. It’s not easy either xxx

    • Omigod, you’re sooo lucky. Yes, it’s not easy haha. But I guess you just have to keep fighting and working together to overcome it all.

  • Thomas

    Interesting post I like it 🙂

  • Great post !

  • Everything you have here makes so much sense. People really do fail to distinguish between a mature and an immature relationship. And your cartoons are very cute 🙂

    • Aww thankies~ I’m glad it helped y’all, and my tips were helpful. 🙂

  • Mercy (Zen Maud)

    Ahhh, I enjoyed reading your comic strip. Lovely artwork. One thing I’ve learned about relationships is that, every relationship is different even though a lot of things do stay the same. Sounds contradictory right? But that’s relationships for you. People are not always predictable, so it’s important to take care of yourself first. I agree with your point about how both sides are at fault whenever couple’s fight. It’s good to remember that in a relationship.

    • You’re totally right! Lol~ I was going to cut this blog post into parts because I’d figured it was wayyy tooo long to read. But I was honestly surprised by how everyone made it through that 20-min read. Thankies~:D

  • Rikki Singh

    Such a Great Idea i Really use that in my Post

  • I am married and found my other half so not quite sure I relate! You did a good job though!

    • That’s wonderful! I hope my blog post somehow relates to everyone’s experience. But thankies~Very glad

  • I love that you made this comic book style! So cute and entertaining.

  • Wow, this must have required a lot of effort to make. Also, great points. Social media, Facebook Status and all of that have kinda ruined dating.

    • Yes, it was actually! You’re right! It depends, though, because there are benefits and disadvantages of using social media and technology in some other parts. 🙂