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Issues to identify what is bothering you

Stages of life

And It's issues
Infancy

Mainly, mother’s pregnancy and child's birth, are attributed as sources of the problem, all parts of the child’s home is understood

0 - 3 years

Infancy
Early Childhood

Physical trauma, unbalanced nutrition, personality and body development mainly get affected

Early Childhood

3 - 6 years

Middle Childhood

Unhealthy study habits, bullying, body image issues, family instability, issues related to peer group, social environment are mainly causes of the issues

Middle Childhood

6 - 10 years

Teenage 

Read the details of the stages to understand factors that get influenced

Teenage 

11 - 16 years

Young Adult

Re identification of who we are and what we want. Role of career and lifestyle choices get highlighted, medical issues, social life keeps changing, romantic relations develop, identity crises

Young Adult

17 - 34 years

Middle Adulthood

Stress, physical ailments, work-life balance, accomplishing the goals, parental issues, all aspects of life get influenced by this stage, mid life crisis

Middle Adulthood

35 - 50 years

Later Adulthood

Emotional adjustment, coping with change in lifestyle, family, health etc., empty nest syndrome, financial insecurities, dying well

Later Adulthood

51 - 65 years

 

Middle Adulthood

35 - 50 Years

Stress, physical ailments, work-life balance, accomplishing the goals, parental issues, all aspects of life get influenced by this stage, mid life crisis

Read more about the human development at this stage
  1. Sensory ability, health, stamina and prowess might have some deterioration

  2. Women experience menopause

  3. Burnout and stress related physical problems occur

  1. Creativity declines but the quality of output increases.

  2. Career related success, gain power, change in jobs, burn out

  3. All abilities of the mind with reference to expertise and problem solving skills are at its best in the life span

  1. Mid-life changes may occur and sense of identity continues to grow.

  2. Double responsibilities like to take care of parents and children occurs.

  3. Child's exit may cause empty nest syndrome