October 5, 2013
1. Infancy – (1st year) Trust vs Mistrust
2. Infancy – (1-3 years) Autonomy vs shame and doubt
3. Early childhood – (preschool, 3-5 years) Initiative vs guilt 4. Middle and late childhood – (6 yrs – puberty) Industry vs inferiority 5. Adolescence – (10 – 20 Years) Idenity vs Idenity Confusion 6. Early Adulthood – (20s, 30s) Intimacy vs isolation
7. Middle Adulthood – (40s, 50s) Generativity vs stagnation 8. Late adulthood – (60s onward) Integrity vs despair
2. Father – late adulthood – good health overall – has some hypertension, elevated cholesterol – had his 1st surgery when he was 71 – open heart surgery Mother – late adulthood – poor health- has kidney disease, diabetes – had kidney transplant (kidney given by younger sister) about 9 years ago. Still has problems such as swelling of legs, blood clot in leg---she has good days and bad day where she does not feel the best but overall she is still living a very functional lifestyle and doing most of the things she wants to do.
3. Retirement to me is when you are able to NOT work at a 8-5 job, being free to go and come as you please. Being able to travel, spend time with family and friends. Hopefully be financial stable.
I do not see myself retiring when I am at the retiring age. I have a 401K but would like to have more invested in it before I retire. Also with the fact I am going back to school in my late 40s means I will be working for some time unless I meet and marry someone financial stable and he says I don’t have to keep working. :0) 4. I have been very fortunate in the fact that I have not had to “deal with” death of a very close relative. I did lose my grandfather about 1 ½ years ago. He dies from complications of cancer after only suffering for a very short time. I did view his body after he was prepared by the funeral home. I was not present in the hospital when he passed away. I do agree that we as Americans have...
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