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Erik Erikson Psychological Theory Graphic Novel
Updated: 10/2/2020
Erik Erikson Psychological Theory Graphic Novel
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  • Stage 6: Young Adulthood (19-40) Intimacy vs Isolation
  • This young adult is not able to achieve a committed relationship. This is causing isolation because she is not able to share herself with someone.
  • Please don't go! We were having a good time.
  • Where are you going?
  • I'm leaving. We are not going to work out.
  • Stage 6: Young Adulthood (19-40) Intimacy vs Isolation
  • This young adult has achieved a committed relationship. This is creating intimacy because he is able to share himself with someone.
  • Yes!
  • Will you marry me?
  • Stage 7: Middle Adulthood (40-65) Generativity vs Stagnation
  • This middle aged adult is expressing stagnation. She is experiencing this because she is not able to care for anyone other people.
  • I'm watching!
  • So am I but that is all I'm doing.
  • Mommy look at me!
  • Stage 7: Middle Adulthood (40-65) Generativity vs Stagnation
  • This middle aged adult is showing generativity. He is experiencing this because he is able to give care and pass on a generational legacy.
  • How lucky am I? I'm so happy to have her.
  • Stage 8: Late Adulthood (65-Death) Integrity vs Shame
  • This late aged adult is showing shame. She is experiencing regret because she feels her life has been incomplete.
  • I'm all alone? I can't be done. I haven't done anything? I should've done so much more. What if...?
  • Stage 8: Late Adulthood (65-Death) Integrity vs Shame
  • This late aged adult is feeling integrity. He is experiencing contentment because he feels his life has been successful and he achieved all of his resolutions.
  • I have lived a full life daughter. I do not regret a thing. It is my time.
  • Please don't leave me!
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