Timeline created by isabellethat
  • 2.1 Oxidative Damage

    From the moment a baby is born, they will immediately start on anti-oxidants, and they will start to eat healthy from birth. They will receive the nutrients the body need and will start to apply super special lotion designed for the whole body protecting them from the sunlight. Laws will become stricter with pollution and banned anything that comes from a factory and all the dirty pollution from the cars will decrease by 80%. Doing these things will protect against primary aging
  • 2.2- Genetic Limits

    There is a wonderful pill that will increase the lifespan of a human being by simply taking them in the mouth. For the females, they should be 21 years old, but as for males, about 25 years old. The Hayflick limit is based on how many cells had been divided, so this pill will force the cells to clone themselves and create as many cells as they can; with that division, it will boost up the human's lifespan! It is better to start to take them when people are done with puberty and stop growing.
  • 7.2-Transitions

    I do remember how I experienced a transition from a religious person to someone questioned life. I was 6 years old and I had found out a friend of my age at my church who had been killed in a car accident. I immediately got confused because she was one of the good girls and was always so nice. I didn't understand why she died so young, so I started to question the definition of God. Like, how could God do this? It may be the beginning, but it really did make an impact on my views on religion.
  • 4.4 Childhood Attachment Experiences

    4.4 Childhood Attachment Experiences
    When I was younger, my older siblings would pair up and do things together. I was used to it, so I was always on my own. I learned how to be independent. From there, I made a lot of mistakes on my own and learned from them. By experiencing things alone, I think that is where my fear and avoidant behaviors come in the picture. I become more anxious when I become closer to someone I care about. I become more dependent on myself forgetting that I still do get support from family and friends.
  • 7.3 Major Life Event

    I am an extrovert, but when I experienced moving to a different school, it was stressful for me. I get nervous, of course, that is what a new environment would do to me. I cope by getting close with a friend there that I knew as a kid and that helped me open up to other people. From there, I learned how to adapt in that school and the stress was gone. I would call that a social coping style. The text was accurate with my experiences, I do depend on my friends and family for support.
  • 4.1 Young Adult Role Transition

    4.1 Young Adult Role Transition
    I went through a role transition when I enrolled in MSSD. I was independently on my own. I learned how to manage my money and I got an internship. I stayed at the dorm for months and only visited home on breaks; the transition continued to college. However, I don't think this is typical for a high schooler to experience what I did. The transition usually started in college after leaving their parents, but I had that earlier. It was a big transition for me because I learned to cope on my own
  • 6.2 Super’s Stages

    My establishment stage would be working as a rehabilitation worker where I work to help people with addictions. It is something I would want to experience first to stabilize for a bit before advancing. It would be a perfect opportunity for me to create networking and slowly moving up to get my dream job. It would be a few years after graduating from college and I would be ready for the work world.
  • 2.3- My current healthy lifestyle

    After doing the survey, it did make me realize that I really need to change my lifestyle. I do eat plenty of vegetables, it isn't a problem for me, but I dislike fruit! It is the texture that I cannot stand. I don't usually eat junk, I just don't like them since I was raised that way. I hate soda, so that is a plus for me! It is college, so I do smoke and drink and is aware that I will need to reduce once I graduate. Another than that, I definitely need to exercise more!
  • 4.3 Adult Attachment Style

    4.3 Adult Attachment Style
    I have to admit that my attachment type is fearful or dismissing. I do have a lot of close relationships, but I am the one who is usually independent and feel no need to depend on anyone. Although, there is a side of me that feels fearful because I went through relationships that really didn't go well. I worry about getting hurt or hurting someone all the times, so it is the insecurity that holds me back from being emotionally available for people.
  • 7.1- Fowler

    My master story will always be changing. I was always open about many other religions/spirituality. There are too many possible theories out of there, I just can't stick with one belief. The type of faith I have is conjunctive faith and it made a lot of sense to me. There are many truths and who am I to judge them? I don't know the truth until I die, so it is just nice to explore and learn from others. I understand life more that way. I know it gonna always be like that, constantly learning.
  • 6.1 My RIASEC type

    My RIASE types were: Social, Investigation, and Realistic (SIR). I laughed a bit when I saw the figure-I admitted that the types accurately defined me. The social and investigation types are the ones that are too meticulous. I do love to work with people and I am very precise with what I am doing. For the realistic type, some of them fit me and some didn't. There were jobs offered for SIR and there were careers that matched, they were rehabilitation counselors, Mental Health Social Workers, etc.
  • 4.2- Older Adult Role Transition

    A role transition I know that I want to go through when I am in my early thirties is becoming a mother. Although, it is something that women typically experience in their adulthood. The challenges are definitely how to raise a kid! I'm the last child of three siblings, so it is a fear of mine and I know I'm not the only one. Support from the family will be significant. I will always make sure I am going to raise my kids the best way I can by educating them about their identities and self-worth.
  • 1.1- The Beginning

    When I saw this assignment and took the questions into consideration, I realized that there is no right time to become an adult. I understand that, with the biological, social, and chronological age, they show development/process with time; people forget that the psychological age is an important development in life. I will be an adult when I can do things independently and have high emotional intelligence. I believe that it will occur after I experience the real world- after graduating college
  • 6.4- Conscientious Stage

    I watched Victoria's video about Pia Borshiem and I truly can see that she had formed her own ideals and said many rich words. She is a very inspiring woman and knew what life was about. Victoria mentioned that when she asked her what was important in life and she said love. She showed that she knew how to describe her emotions through words. She is an independent woman and she doesn't seek approval from others; she was assertive and had many personal relationships with people generally.
  • 2.4- Potential consequences of my lifestyle

    I noticed that my eating habits will really help with avoiding obesity and diabetes, but not exercising can ruin all that healthy stability! I need to seriously start to exercise, so I can stay healthy along with mental health. I am definitely living a sedentary lifestyle. It is something I need to invest because it will be a huge impact on my health in the future. I am also aware that I will need to reduce the amount of alcohol to drink, especially binge-drinking!
  • 8.1 The End

    8.1 The End
    Isabelle Diaz, an extraordinary woman, passed away happily in her home in Japan. It was unfortunate that she passed away, but services will be held on March 9th at Colorado where she will be naturally cemented. People are welcome to watch with her family.
    Isabelle was, indeed, a unique person who always knew life was short and always encouraged people to live for themselves. 64 years old may be too young for her to leave, but with her spirit of inspiring people, people will never forget her.
  • 6.3- Ego integrity

    I watched Isabella Walker's video about his grandpa and I could see that he was really satisfied with life. He knew he lived to his fullest and didn't mind to live more because he had a good life. I can see that he went through all the stages pretty well even if he didn't get to go to college. He had found his identity at a young age because he socialized with older people. He traveled to experience life and he also got to love someone. He demonstrated this stage well!
  • 3.1 Working Memory

    Crystalized intelligence is something that really does stick with us for the rest of our lives unless other health issues appear up, but it is harder to decline rather than fluid intelligence. However, for fluid memory, there would be challenges such as keeping track of things to do or trying to multitask. The working memory can be tough on older people because to keep things in mind take more energy. It is more likely to decline once the older person does not train her/his mind well.
  • 3.2- Attention

    Nondeclarative memory is great for ADL because it rarely shows declines and usually stays the same from childhood to adulthood. Nondeclarative memory is similar to learning how to bike- once you do, you don't forget. It is just automatic. This type of skill really roots in a person and it doesn't usually change. With the attentive skills, if an older person continues to exercise their brain by doing these simple tasks (biking, driving, or even cooking), then there is less chance of declining.