My parents would talk to and read to me in the womb, throughout pregnancy.
Prenatal Vitamins Taken by Mother (biosocial)
taken throughout pregnancy
Family at Hospital (psychosocial)
My grandparents and some on my aunts and uncles came to the hospital for my birth!
First Steps (biosocial)
First Words (cognitive)
Seperation Anxiety (psychosocial)
When I started going to day care I would get upset and cry when my mom first dropped me off.
My parents noted that I was focused on simply what I knew and could see and that whatever I did not know or couldn't see did not seem to exist to me.
Started to take ballet classes, even though I did not enjoy them very much, becasue all of my girl friends were doing it. I thought that since it was what oter girls did I should do it too (gender roles).
Rode Bicycle (biosocial)
Began Gymnastics (biosocial)
First Communion (psychosocial)
Reading Level (cognitive)
Classifies as an above high school reading level
growth spurt and further body development
First Relationship (psychosocial)
First real relationship where I felt I was in love!
Graduate High School (cognitive)
Making sure eating and exercise habits are heealthy so that diabetes (which runs in family) hopefully will not appear
Faith Stages (cognitive)
Moving up to the fourth or fifth level on the faith stage
Hopefully in a loving committed relationship, discussing the possibility of marriage with my significant other
Hopefully will get married around this time!
Fluid Decrease, Crystallized Increase (cognitive)
Intelligence changes, and fluid intelligence will decrease and crystallized intelligence will hopefully increase to a certain point
Vision and Hearing Problems (biosocial)
May need a hearing aid and an increase in glasses perscrpition strength.
Life Review (cognitive)
Deep though and increase of knowledge when it comes to religion and family members (including children and my children's children).
Memory Problems (cognitive)
May start to have problems with memory when hitting this age and stage in life.
Acceptance of Death (psychosocial)
I hope to have come to the conclusion that I accept my fate and that I have set my affairs in order and can spend my last few months with my family.