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predictable and unpredictable major life events on the development of the individual

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Life span and development Unit 4 Michael Lewis Task 3 (p3)- Describe the influences of two predictable and two unpredictable life events on the development of the individual. Major life events- Predictable and unpredictable events Major life events can be positive and negative and can be unpleasant, frightening, confusing and unsafe at times. Unpleasant stuff happens to all of us wether its predictable or unpredictable by feeling in control and able to organise, learning to cope with changes in life, coping with a physical changes. Predicted events of a teenager: When a child is born they are predicted to move on with their life and live it the best possible way they can. Any major changes can influence development positively within their life, as they grow. ...read more.

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They may feel angry at the world and even stay away from the people you know which lowers their self-esteem and confidence in talking to other people again their anger would lead them to end up criticising themself. Thinking too much about it - which a lot of people do - can confuse the child as well, which is not healthy. Another positive learning, during a predicted event, can be when the teen has now become old enough to leave home and has achieved independence and to control thier own personal enviroment, but coping on your own isn't easy. Suddenly the teen don't feel that smart anymore. He/she can become anxious and handling daily stress can become very difficult for them. ...read more.

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Personal abuse (like rape) is a devastating experience. It's them being seriously put down.This is one of the more obvious experiences; there are others that can wear down their coping skills or block them from learning new ones. The most damage is done when difficulties happen in a relationship that is very important to them. Another positive learning, during an unpredicted event, can be when and adult is going through an unhappy divorce and now have to learn how to cope, with a new lifestyle, being single again after a very long marriage.The stress of doing this could lead them to depression form thinking too much about the whole situation; he/she might find it hard to move on without their ex-partner, which leads to loss of social activites and self-confidence-there is no-one to reassure them. Reference: BTEC National Health & Social Care Book1 Series editors:Beryl Stretch Mary Whitehouse Lilly Mampuya BTEC National Health and Social Care Yr1 ...read more.

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The title is clear on this report - two predictable and unpredictable life events are stated, but I don't think that all areas of development have been discussed fully. There are definite weaknesses in this report. A more focused discussion on the event itself would have aided affects on development. In conclusion, this is very brief. ***

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