By NoelK
  • 7.2 Childhood Attachment Experiences

    In 1995, my parents were dropped me off at the daycare at the ski resort and all I did was cried so hard until my parents came back to pick me up. I felt anxiety and ambivalent as I thought that my parents were leaving me. When they returned, I got gained a sense of an internal working model of attachment with my parents. I found my proximity where it led to my current attachment style as preoccupied and dismissing.
  • 1.1 The Beginning

    1.1 The Beginning
    On Demcember 29, 2010, I turned into 21 years old and it was struck me as an adult for the first time in my lifetime. I got realized that I got "almost" everything because I got a driver license, right to vote, purchase the alcoholic beverages, able to go to the club with friends, nearly done with the college life, and have a special one. My social clock just got me like right front of my face and I'm heading to the long period of working stage. It's a normative age-graded influences.
  • 9.1- Intimacy

    Dollie Fortner, Chaz's grandma, went through the stage IV: intimacy and isolation as she got married when she was around 18 years old and had children when she was in 20 years old. Later, she was experienced the divorce due to personal reason. She went through a relationship to not in relationship during that stage from age 19 to 25 years old. This stage, I am going through the intimacy stage now as I have a girlfriend and hope for the bright future. Admired my parents, 30 yrs marriage.
  • 4.1 My current healthy lifestyle

    As a college student, it is hard to maintain a healthy lifestyle. I didn't have a healthy choice as I checked six out of seven, no(s). I would like to change my eating plan such as eat fruits and vegetables more often, able to exercise every week, and apply the sunscreen. I need to drink more water and eat less high carbohydrates food.
  • 10.1 Fowler

    According to Fowler's theory of faith, my stage of faith is synthetic conventional faith. I grew up as a Christian through my parents (family) and Christian community. I had been very active as a Christian until I got entered college year where my faith got decreased. I had been disconnected God lately. However, there is a hope that I'll reconnect with God in someday, maybe after the college years, and be able to regain my activity as a Christian once again. My faith holds inside of me.
  • 7.1 Adult Attachment Style

    My attachment style is somewhat between proccupied and dismissing. I do tend to be completely emotionally intimate with others, but sometimes I do worry that others don't value me as much I value them. Also, I like to be independent and being not depend on others or other have depend on me. As for instance, I was close emotionally with my girlfriend, but I was worried if she didn't value me as I value her. In another time, she was complained that I am very independent woman.
  • 11.1 Major Life Event

    Now is my major life event, I am going through a lot of changes lately. In my freshman year, I was a 4,0 gpa student and now I am a low average student. My cope style is between self-distraction, active coping, venting, use of emotional support, and self-blame. When I am optimistic, I am coping with the problem-focused coping, but when I am in pessemistic, I am using emotion-focused & social coping. For this time, it isn't really effective that I am being too hard to myself. Answer: take it easy
  • 6.1 Young Adult Role Transition

    At age of 25, it is my emerging adulthood, the big transition to be a wife as a married woman. I might face some challenges such as maybe a bit low on the marital resource effect because I will be still in school for the doctoral degree which it costs a lot of money to spend on it. In another word, my health may be great because I have a partner to help me out with other things such as social support and share the philosophy of the egalitarian roles. Sharing duties/belief are best way to cope.
  • 3.2 Genetic Limits

    3.2 Genetic Limits
    My grandfather gave me an advice to exercise everday, drink a lot of water, eat healthy food, and do crossword puzzles to practice mental exercise. Also, my cousin gave me an advice to mediating everday to help telomeres to grow and resist the gene mutations such as hayflick limit. Recite the quote, "laugh, love, and life" everyday to discover the joy in life.
  • 8.1 My RIASEC type

    My top two RIASEC types are social and artistic. Social is people helpers. Artistic is idea creators. These sections do match my personality traits because I am interested in arts and helping people whenever they need it. One of jobs in the social is psychology teacher, that is my goal to be a psychologist professor at college level. Artistic is art teacher. My goal is to be an art therapist, it is combined both sections. Art therapist is one of the hottest jobs growing in US.
  • 8.2 Super’s Stages

    My job is a psychology professor at Gallaudet University and art therapist licensed in public services. I am thirty years old and my career is in the establishment stage in Super's five stages of career development. I will develop the course based on art therapy in psychology perspective. In seven years or less, I'll get tenure and continue research on art therapy in the deaf community. Hopefully, I'll grab an opportunity to be a chairperson in psychology department to maintaining my career.
  • 3.1 Oxidative Damage

    3.1 Oxidative Damage
    At thirty years old, I decided to take a diet called, calorie restriction to extend my life span longer. I gained 30 pounds and my body started to take a toll. After I took my colleague's advice to use the calorie restriction diet and I got my normal weight back. One thing, I lost was my sex drive, but I was pretty happy to have a longer lifespan. Stop the free radicals. I drank a cup of green tea everyday for antioxidants. Eat a lot of green and fruits to prevent from free radicals.
  • 5.1 Prospective Memory

    At age of 35, my prospetive memory starts to decline. It affects my ability of IADL. My challenges are remembering everything. I forgot to take the medicines, pick up my daughter for soccer game, and unable to remember what my plan is for tomorrow. To compensate, use the iphone for electronic agenda and post it notes on the obviously places to remind myself. Play the crossword puzzle everyday. My problem solving memory is running well. It replaces my ability of prospective memory.
  • 4.2 Potential consequences of my lifestyle

    In 28 years ago, my health lifestyle made an affect to my current health lifestyle as fifty years old woman. It's possilbe to have a risk for health conditions such as cancer; especially, breast cancer, because I didn't eat enough fruits and vegetables. Excessive alcohol use and less exercise and sunscreen. To prevent the risks, I'll take regular mammogram screen, pap smears, colonoscopies, and routine skin examinations. Eating fruits, vegetables, sunscreen and exercise-avoid the sedentary life.
  • 6.2 Older Adult Role Transition

    At the age of 55, I'll be a proud grandparent. It will be my so called, "third honeymoon". After a long time of empty nest, I'm becoming a surrogate parenting to take care of my grandchild with full of joy. I might face some challenges such as financial situation due to retirement payment isn't that great. it will be a bit harder to support my family. I might experience the stress, but it may be an eustress experience. In another word, I have to look out for my health.
  • 9.2- Ego Integrity

    Susan Kaika, Samantha Zak's boss, who went through a lot of life experiences. Currently, she is over 60+ years old and having lyme disease as her health gets decline, but she stays think positive and gives an advice to all of us, life is short and sweet. Don't take it for granted. Enjoy it. She was in denial but she got breakthrough it by accepted it without any regrets as she spent a lot of time with her loved ones (family). This is something that I want when I am older, live without regrets.
  • 5.2 Useful Field of View (UFOV)

    At age of 70, my UFOV starts to decline along with my prospective memory since when I was 35 yeras old. It affects my ADL; as for instance, my driving skill is slowly decrease the ability of UFOV and I had my first accident due to that reason. My license was taken away by court's order. My new strategy is using assistive technology such as an artifical intelligence personal assistant drives my car for me with my commands. My episodic memory is still pretty sharp and using the visual map.
  • 1.2 The End

    1.2 The End
    Noel Elizabeth King, 78, of Little Rock, died April 30, 2089, with her family by her side at her summer home in Martha Vineyard, Massachusetts. She was born December 29, 1989, in Seoul, South Korea. At five months old, David and Jean (Eisele) King adopted her. Her parents taught her to be a well rounded person. For fifty years, she was a psychology professor at Gallaudet University. Her interests included family, photography, reading, and drawing. Ms.King is survived by her partner, Nora Smith.