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Age of Trust vs. mistrust
0-1
Age of Autonomy vs. doubt
1-2
Age of Initiative vs. guilt
2-6
Age of Competence vs. inferiority
6-12
Age of Identity vs. role confusion
(internal chaos)
12-18
Age of Intimacy vs. isolation
18-40
Age of Generativity vs. stagnation
40-65
Age of Integrity vs. despair
65-death
Crisis of Trust vs. Mistrust
Babies learn if they can trust the people that they depend on. If they are abused or neglected then they will not trust.
Crisis of Autonomy vs. doubt
Lean to walk, talk, initiatives accepted

Overprotective, shame
Crisis of Initiative vs. guilt
Have to operate on their own. Actively engaged, socially active

Scared, withdrawn, lost in a fantasy, hostile
Crisis of Competence vs. inferiority
acquire skills, transition from dependence to assisted independence

-fail to acquire or are not allowed to grow in independence
Crisis of Identity vs. role confusion
(internal chaos)
Who am I?

Identity crisis
Crisis of Intimacy vs. isolation
Making permanents, serious, personas relationships, that will last, that will remain positive, help you become more of who you are
Crisis of Generativity vs. stagnation
pass something on, make a contribution, immortality, want to make a difference in future, philanthropic service, someone’s work
-self-indulgence, materialistic
Crisis of Integrity vs. despair
evaluate their lives, decision-good life, worthwhile,
-evaluate, the world would have been better off without me,
characteristics of Trust vs. Mistrust
+Trust/ calm and become trustworthy

--Mistrust/ unstable and hostile, negative
Characteristics of Autonomy vs. doubt
+independent, trust, self-confidence
--Nervous, anxious, frightened
Characteristics of Initiative vs. guilt
+social, interactive, involved

-- hostile, withdrawn isolated, lonner
Characteristics of Competence vs. inferiority
+capable, self starters

--lack self reliance, alienated, poor self esteem
Characteristics of Identity vs. role confusion
(internal chaos)
+probability for success, stability, high self esteem, self respect

--fickle, uncertain, hit-or-miss pattern of behavior, erratic, indecisive
Characteristics of Intimacy vs. isolation
+ happier, stable, productive, richer social lives, better at conflict resolution

-lonlier, transient (move), self-involved, less happy, most expandable imcome
Characteristics of Generativity vs. stagnation
+richer lives, fullfilment, happier, more engaged with life,
-close-in-on-self, self centered, shallow
Characteristics of Integrity vs. despair
+peaceful
-despair, total falure, tragic
SELF STYLED IMAGE
<sum> The process where we’re creating a person to share with others- imitate desirable images
<sum> Show that image to other people
<sum> Get their feed back positive/negative
<sum> Revise
<sum> Cycle continues
False Self
• Success stories from notes above.
<sum> A social construction
o It’s the self that you put together for other people to see.
o In moments of “true” encounter (trauma, life and death) False self falls apart.