I allot the one hour to use the club and play else I use the gym for an hour each day. In most cases they alternate each day.
My main issue however is that I have a little difficulty in the beginning to speak to people and I take time to open up to others. Although I am a very sociable person my first meetings is generally quite different. People tend to believe that I am a quite person who prefers to keep to self and not involve in any activities. However this is clearly different once they get to know me better.
Basing my case with the various studies that have been presented in the past, this paper will deal with understanding me based on two main theories, i.e. Loevinger’s Theory of Ego Development and Erikson’s Theory of Psychological Development. Before moving into these theories, I will discuss my role in the orphanages and an attempt will be made to analyse the anticipated development at the organisation (Carver & Scheir, 2000).
As mentioned earlier, I love to spend time at the orphanages and to participate to the best extent to assist the children here. I try to spend at least 2 – 3 days during the evenings (around three to four hours each day) to be with the children and to help them out with their studies, or any other problem that they might have. I have a very strong attachment with these children as they have to go through so much in life at such early stages and need to get through the most crucial ages of life without the love and support of their parents. Hence I try my best to assist them in ways like studies, or simply being there for them to talk too and to assist them get through the various changes that they face without feeling the lack of families. I try my best to assist as much as I can however not in terms of monetary manners but in simple other gestures like being there and being a good friend (McCrae & Costa, 1997).
a) Pre Social and Symbiotic Stage: This stage is mostly during the stage of infancy and this kind of ego is