Life Timeline

  • Birth

    Life begins with weighing 8lbs. 9oz a healthy baby girl
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    The First Two Years of Life

    A baby girl is born. The first two years is the growth of my body, brain, and personality. Here in this span I don't remember any significant experiences.
  • The First Two Years of Life

    Biosocial Development: This is the stage where the body changes, brain development, sensation and movement occurs, and proper health is required.

    Cognitive development: This is the stage where sensorimotor intelligence occurs, information processing, and language development start to occur.
    Psychosocial Development: This is where emotional development, theories of infant psychosocial development, and the development of social bonds occurs.
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    The Play Years

    In this time frame I don't remember much. I remember in kindergarten my parents owned a business where I spent most of my time after school there.
  • The Play Years

    Early childhood: This is the stage where continued growth of the body, brain, and motor skills continue to develop but very rapidly. This is also the stage where injuries and abuse mostly occur and need to be prevented.
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    Middle Childhood

    This timeframe is similiar to my experiences in the adolescence stage.
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    This is my time in elemetary to junior high school. Looking back I did many sports including cheerleading and I remember having many friends. My experience of my adolescence was that I was a happy child, learning my culture, and with a lot of confidence.
  • Middle Childhood

    This is the stage where growth slows down and strength increases. Also, in this stage health is more prominate with the developing of neurological maturation occurs much faster.
    Cognitive development in this stage is the building of theory, language, and teaching and learning.
    The psychosocial development in this stage is the development of the nature of the child, family environment, peer groups, and children's moral values occurs.
  • Adolescence

    Biosocial: Where puberty begins, diet deficiencies & eating disorders, and transformation of puberty occurs.
    Cognitive development: the stage adolescent thinking, intuitive & emotional thought, and teaching & learning occurs.
    Psychosocial development is the stage where identity, relationships with adults, peer power, sadness & anger, and drug use & abuse occurs.
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    Emerging Adulthood

    Graduated from high school in 1995 and started my college career. Started working at the hospital and got married in 1999.
  • Emerging Adulthood

    The biosocial development in this stage is the growth and strength of bodies, sexual activity, psychopathology, and utilizing good health habits.
    The cognitive development in this stage is the postformal thought, morals and religion, and the cognitive growth and higher education will occur.
    Psychosocial development is the development of contiuity and change, and intimacy in this stage of life.
  • Adulthood

    The biosocial development in this stage is the experience of aging, sexual reproductive system, health habits, and measuring health.
    The cognitive development in this stage is thinking critically, components of intelligence, and selective gains and losses.
    The psychosocial development of conitinuity, change, intimacy, committed partners, and generativity.
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    This is my current timeframe. I am currently working as a full-time repiratory therapist, divorced, raising 2 children, and trying to pursue a higher education. I also recently lost my mother and dealing with the bereavment process.
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    Late Adulthood

    I foresee many doctor's visits, back pain, taking many medications, and trying to keep up with taking care of my health.
  • Late Adulthood

    This stage is predicting my death at 80 years of age.
    In this stage is where experiencing of events such as aging of the brain, information processing, diseases affecting the brain, the new cognitive development, self theories, activities, relationships with friends and relatives, frail elderly, prejudice and predictions, and aging and disease.
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    Death and Dying

    Here I predict that I will die at the age of 80 years old. Accepting death and following the bereavement process.
  • Death and Dying

    This is predicting that my death will be at the age of 80 Years old. This is the last stage of life. In this stage we experience the development of understanding death, dying and the acceptance of it, and bereavement.