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P3- Explain influences of two predictable and two un-predictable major life event on the development of an individual (Priya)

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M.Daley Omi Chowdhury Unit 4- development through the life stages P3- Explain influences of two predictable and two un-predictable major life event on the development of an individual (Priya). Life Event Type of Event Explain the influences of each life event on the development of Priya. Marriage Predictable Marriage is a predictable life event which priya has gone through, in which she has spent over 40 years of commitment to live with her husband permanently. She had left her home country to come to England with her husband. Marriage includes many sacrifices as Priya had to sacrifice her home-land and being around her relatives to move to England with her husband. ...read more.

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This has made Priya feel old and useless. Although her grand-daughter has offered to take her to the cinema?s, Priya doesn?t want to be a burden upon anyone. She may feel good about having her independence again or may feel lonely and she has no one to company her. Illness Un- predictable Priya feels as though she is old and useless and a burden on her family. She also has put on weight and finds it hard to walk very far. The doctor Has advised her to join the ?keep-fit? classes run at the local women?s group. ...read more.

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Death from illness Un- predictable Both her son and husband have either passed away from an accident or a form of heart disease. These are unpredictable life events as no one knows who will pass-away from a certain type of accident or disease. In this case, Priya?s son has passed away from being hit by a car when at the age of seven and her husband passed away from a heart condition four years earlier. She may feel lost without her partner who has been with her for years of her life and the death of her son is a great loss for her. This may have made her feel depressed, helpless and isolated. ...read more.

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