Human project assignment
Community College of Baltimore County
Instructor: Azar Etesamypour-King
Adulthood is the period of time in our life when a person has gained maturity and is aware its state and responsibilities, but according to Sigmund Freud, adulthood is a time for work and love. Our lives center throughout our careers and relationships, leaving less time for anything else. Adulthood has been part in three different stages, young adulthood (18-40), middle adulthood (41-65) and late adulthood (65 to death) according to Levinson’s Seasons of Life (McGraw-Hill, 1999). In this general research paper we will be discussing young adulthood development. In the course of young adulthood, major temperamental transformations occur. At the beginning of young adulthood essence, we tend to separate from our parents and family and no longer count on them for example we start doing choirs on our own, we stop communicating with parents assuming that they are going to judge us and are no longer helpful. We claim being independent. I remember when I was eighteen I would not be submissive to by parents orders. I felt that I was grown enough to take care of myself and did not need any advice. During early adulthood we spend a lot of our time looking for a partner and once we do we become emotionally attached and begin to rely upon our companion for support as we once did with our parents. At this stage physical development had begun. Young adulthood is, for most people, the time of culminate physical capacity. The body ambits complete change. We achieve our full height by the late teens, and the physical strength boost into the late 20’s and early 30’s (Whitbourne, 2001). Manual agility and coordination, and sensory capacities such as vision and hearing, are also at their peak. But change is immediate, even in these basic capacities. Some decline in the perception of high-pitched tones is found by the late 20s (Whitbourne, 2001), and manual...
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