stages of development

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  • Erik Erickson's 
  • Erick Erickson's stages of development
  • Infancy (0-1.5 years) Development outcome: Trust
  • Toddler (1.5-3.5 years) Development outcome: Autonomy
  • Preschool (5-6 years old)                  Development Outcome: Initiative
  • When I was  10 months old, I was scared to sleep in my crib when its dark. I would always cry during the night. When I cried my mom would know and be there for me rocking me to sleep until I fall asleep and soon I leaned to trust her and knew she would know I would cry if  couldn't  fall   a sleep.
  • School (age 6-12 years old) Development Outcome: Industry 
  • Akshaya you passed!
  • When I was 1 the first word was amma. In Tamil this means mom. my parents were so proud. my mom told me that I was so happy and proud  when I saw my parents reaction to my saying my first word. I continued to attempt to say new words.   
  • Adolescence (11-18 years old) Development Outcome:Identity
  • Nice game of badminton!
  • I was around 4 years old I learned how to write my name. when I first tried I couldn't get all the letters right. It was hard and frustrating since I kept on trying and wasn't able to get it right. With the help of my dad encouraging me and telling me I can do it. I kept on trying and then I was able to write my name.
  • I was 11 when I went for swimming lessons. It was the day they were going to see if you were ready to move on the next level. I was really scared because I didn't know if i could do it. I didn't want to give up without trying so I went and passed to the next level. This showed me that when I put in work I can learn new skills.
  • When I was 12 I played  a proper game of badminton with my friend. This was one of my first games. I really enjoyed playing that game. I may not be an amazing player but i discovered that this sport is fun for me. I knew I had to continue to look for what I like and discover myself.  
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