Life Phases

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Life Phases

Kurtis Green 10 A
LO Task 10
4 March
Index
Introduction 1
Life Phases 2
Improving Self-Confidence 3
Value 4
Personal Life Goals 5
Conclusion 6
Bibliography 7

Introduction
That moment your heartbeat kicks in… this is it. Your life has officially begun. Prepare for change. You won’t stay like this forever. You will constantly change. You’ll grow, you’ll shrink, and you’re going to develop into a human being. Being a human is fun, on some occasions not. But that’s life. “Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans.” ― Allen Saunders “To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.” ― Oscar Wilde “There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” ― Albert Einstein

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Life Phases
Infancy:
Infancy is categorized as lasting from birth through the first year of life. At this point, the baby exits the mother's uterus. It can breathe, its heart can beat and its organs can operate efficiently without the assistance of the mother. However, the infant is completely dependent upon its parents or caretakers for survival and development. Childhood:

Childhood takes place between ages 1 to 10. The first two years of childhood, the child is called a toddler. During this time, the child learns how to walk, talk and be more self-sufficient. These skills continue to expand during the remainder of childhood, and socialization takes place. Childhood is the building blocks upon which adolescence and, later, adulthood will be built, and the child is susceptible during this time to learned habits and behaviours. Most of the child’s skills and development takes place here.
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