Maturity Spell

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Maturity Spell
Post # 1
Hello everyone! I need a suggestion for a spell.

Someone close in my life has gotten themselves into a grave situation and are not realizing the full repercussions or that it is affecting more than just their life (such as mine and multiple others). Myself and others have tried talking to them, giving them advice, attempted to get professional help, have been helping them throughout this whole issue, and in one case, one of us was quite blunt about what needs to be done, but the person who created this mess is continuing self-destructive behavior that is only going to drag us down with them unless we do something drastic, like cut them out of our lives forever.

Basically, they are being immature, short-sighted, petty, selfish, and all that lovely stuff.

Does anyone have a spell idea that will help them gain clarity, take the steps needed to improve the situation, and be more mature about this in general?
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Re: Maturity Spell
By: / Beginner
Post # 2
You could try a honey jar spell,

And also you could try and talk to your friend and explain to him/her and tell them that the behaviours they are demonstrating are childish and immature and help them understand what they are doing to be acting immature
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Re: Maturity Spell
Post # 3
Thanks, I will look into that.

However, I have already tried talking to them. Sadly, any words I have to say won't get through to them.
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Re: Maturity Spell
By: / Beginner
Post # 4
The honey jar spell is a good suggestion, but I think the real problem here is just that you can't help someone who doesn't want to be helped.
You can try talking to them in different ways. I learned in a communications class about some interesting ways to say things that might prevent someone from becoming defensive. For example, if the problem is that they are smoking a lot (just hypothetically), instead of saying "You shouldn't smoke" you can tell them why you have a problem with it by saying something along the lines of "I worry about your health when you smoke" instead. It's the little things we don't think about that can make a difference in the outcome of a conversation.
Either way, if you really can't reason with this person and it is affecting you, it might be best to distance yourself from them for a while. This doesn't mean permanently, and when they come to their senses, of course you can be there for them, but until they want to change, asking them to change doesn't often have much effect.
It's a difficult decision to make, and even more difficult to do, but you have to look out for yourself too. Best of luck to you. I hope this person sees reason soon
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