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    Erikson Developmental Stage 7 or 8

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    Please help with the following problem.

    Briefly analyze someone, describing how the issues prevalent in the respective stage he/she is in, are manifested through what this person typically talks about and does (or is engaged in). Based on your analysis, is this person presently more so in the systonic or dystonic end of the continuum? Explain/provide real life examples/defend your response.

    Please discuss the following stages:

    Erickson's 7th (Generativity vs. Stagnation)
    Erickson's 8th (Integrity vs. Despair)

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    Erickson's 8th Stage (Integrity vs. Despair):

    Someone experiencing the Erickson's eighth stage of integrity versus despair would be a senior in a nursing home who is reflecting on his/her life memories. They may have feelings of regret, shame, despair, sadness, or even grief towards their ...

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    This solution discusses some challenges one may face during the Erikson's developmental stages 7 (generativity versus stagnation) and 8 (integrity versus despair). The explanation is given in 181 words.

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