Sigmund Freud's Theory And The Stage Of Life

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We as human go through different stages in our lifetime. We face many greater things/ opportunities and as well as the many obstacles that some time prevent us from reaching our destination, but at the same time we must try to cope with every situation that we might come across. In addition, we as human life per time clock. We do plan our live and as well as our future per what we see around us without thinking about what the possibilities and the downfalls. As we grow older we tend to see few things differently and try to create solutions to things that do not make sense. I personally like this theory because it talks about the stage of life. "The Classic stage theory" mainly focused on how children go through stage by stage. in which I …show more content…
Parent should bring their children right per the bible “Train up a child in the way he should go; and when he is old, he will not depart from it” (KJV New Testament Proverbs 22:6).
Moreover, I love this theory of Sigmund Freud’s personality theory. There are several people agreed with to his and many disagree with it. I personally agree on a few points that Freud stated. I believe that we as human have egos and sometimes we allow that ego get in our way to achieve greatness. The ego begins to develop as cognitive and physical skills emerge (Broderick and Blewitt, 2015,
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This theory focused more on how the late teens builds their foundations and prepare themselves for the future. While reading this theory, it made me reminisce my younger age and how I was planning for my future. “Emerging adulthood is a time of life when many different! Directions remain possible, when little about the future has been decided for certain, when the scope of independent exploration of life 's possibilities is greater for most people than it will be at any other period of the life course.” (American Psychologist Arnett, Jeffrey. Jensen 2000 pg 469). Many of us when we reach twenties, we feel like we have the knowledge of everything, but we don’t. Instead of seeking for help, we instead make life decisions, then regret them later. Cultural also plays a huge role in teen’s life. “For most people, the late teens through the mid-twenties: are the most volitional years of life. However, cultural influences structure and sometimes limits the extent to” (American Psychologist Arnett, JJ 2000 pg 469). African truly values their cultural, growing up from an African background, we were trained to live up to our tradition and practice it throughout our teens. Our tradition did not provide much recourse as we needed at the time; therefore, many of us failed to live by the

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