Comparative Study of Personality Traits of Single and Sibling Adolescents (Paperback)

Comparative Study of Personality Traits of Single and Sibling Adolescents By Talesra Chinal Cover Image
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While we try to teach our children all about life, our children teach us what life is all about. Angela Schwindt Adolescence is the intermediary stage of development between childhood and adulthood, representing the period of time during which a person experiences a variety of biological and emotional changes therefore this stage can be considered as a middle stage of childhood and adulthood. Every individual passes through this stage. It is a period of physical growth, maturing of mind and behaviors as well. By the end of Adolescence, development reaches a position where an individual is legally and socially regarded as mature, capable of leading an independent life, free from control, supervision and guidance. An adolescent faces numerous psychosocial challenges during this stage of life. In this period, so many demands are made upon adolescents by society for independence, peer and heterosexual adjustments, educational and vocational preparation and for the development of social and emotional values. Personality development also gets stronger at this stage and continues for a long time. A proper shaping of the personality during this period can prepare a valuable human resource for our nation. Many adolescents face identity crisis in this stage. These psychosocial demands may affect the personality development of an adolescent if one fails to meet them. As John Prine says: "I'm so mixed up and lonely. Can't even make friends with my brain. I'm too young to be where I'm going. But I'm too old to go back again".

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ISBN: 9781805452171
ISBN-10: 1805452177
Publisher: Psychologyinhindi
Publication Date: November 14th, 2022
Pages: 118
Language: English