My Development Into Childhood - Psy

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My Development into Adulthood
Ashley Fuller
PSY 202
Dr. Griffin
3-6-2013

I.
What was your family like? A. Mother – teacher, loving, nurturing B. Father – hardworking, patient, king C. Oldest of 2 children D. Close relationship with grandparents E. Southern family F. Christian household, values, beliefs

II. What things do you remember about your childhood? A. Chores, gardening B. Bible studies C. Close interaction with extended family D. Playing outside, building forts in the woods E. Odyssey of the Mind Program

III. What were your hobbies? A. Painting (won awards – Azalea Festival, Blue Flame Contest, Lakes and Mountains school for the Arts) B. Drawing C. Spending time with friends

IV. What did you want to do when you grew up? A. Become an astronaut B. Become a teacher C. Become a graphic designer D. Become an accountant E. Always knew I wanted to be a mother

V. What jobs have you had in your life? A. Carowinds Theme Park staff member B. Daycare employee C. Med Tech – Nursing Home D. Respiratory Therapist E. Clinical Informatics Coordinator F. Information Services Manager

VI. Do you have your own family now? A. 2 daughters B. Divorced C. Very close relationship with daughters

VII. What are your personal, professional, and academic goals? A. Academic - Obtain BS degree B. Professional-Gain knowledge to excel at career C. Professional -Be a true leader in my new career D. Professional- continue to bridge the gap between clinical and technical staff E. Personal – help children develop into successful adults

VIII. What would make you happy in the future? A. For my children to develop into adults and acknowledge I am a good mother B. For my children to excel in professional careers C. For my children to keep God as center focus D. To unite with my entire family in Heaven.

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