Each of these phases implies a set of typical milestones of development – biological, psychological and social – that occur to most people, the milestones changing our physiology, psyche and social interaction capabilities. Balanced adjustment of psychological, biological and social changes to certain periods of lifespan makes them normal and predetermines successful and sufficient actualization of a person in the society in all developmental stages. Looking at the lifespan from this viewpoint, I would like to consider myself as a personality and an individual going through the lifetime stages and create a consistent image of the stage I am currently in.
In evaluating and analyzing my personal development, it is necessary take into account both biological characteristics and the social experience that I obtained in the course of my life. However, as it is shown in practice, social factors produce greater impact on identity formation, because we are all social beings incapable of shaping our personalities autonomously. Anyway, biological aspect of development is the most elemental one, traced in every person throughout his/her life: during the phases of childhood and adolescence, our bodies grow and develop preparing to perform the natural functions. I remember growing up clearly, yet I realize that it was not only my physiology that changed during childhood and adolescence, but also my consciousness and brain. The way social, psychological and physiological aspects interact in the process of personal development is, to my thinking, clearly demonstrated in such a great milestone of development as getting pregnant and having a child. I am sure that it isn’t enough to be biologically ready to have a child, biological readiness comes hand in hand with a proper frame of mind and psychological aptitude. Moreover, the social factor played a