Dr. Bill Davis
September 12, 2010
What was your family like?
• Both parents in the home.
• Middle child of five.
Where are you from?
• Small town called Americus, GA
• Southwest Georgia
• Ten miles away from the former president Jimmy Carter
What did you do with your friends?
• Friday football games
• Carmike Cinemas on Saturday
• Dining at Roman Oven Pizzeria
What were your educational experiences?
• Principal Honor Roll throughout school years
• Member of National Honor Roll Society
• Honor graduate
What jobs have you had in your life?
• Subway sandwich artist
• Cashier at Fred’s
• Shift leader at Quiznos
What are your hobbies?
• Spend time with kids
• Enjoying riding
• Taking walks
Do you have your own family now?
• Engagement on Christmas
• 3 children
• Family vacations
According to the text, Erikson believed that heredity and the environment have bidirectional influences on development. (Witt & Mossler, 2010, p.56). I can truly say that my life has been under compliance with Erikson’s theory about development. I have learned to cope with things from experience. I have had been in some life changing situations from my childhood until now. I feel that things that I am around influence my perception about certain people and different situations. I feel I am much wiser, patient, and strong because I have been through so much. I know I am predestined for success. As a teenager, I realized what it took to have a family and what it takes to support one. I decided to get my education and do something that interests me.
I was born in a small town called Americus in Southwest Georgia. Americus is ten minutes away from the hometown of our former President Jimmy Carter. I come from a large family of seven. When I grew up... [continues]
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