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...ing Jax. He seemed to have succeeded in gaining a sense of self-rule over his body and his actions. Although attached to mother and father, he still would stand up for himself and could find his footing without them around once he was calmed down. I think that this also has to do with the first part of Erikson’s theory, and the first “crisis”, which was trust vs. mistrust, that was present when Jax was younger. The way Erikson explained this was that infants learn whether or not that the world could be trusted to satisfy basic needs. This included “consistency, continuity, and sameness of experience”, which Jax’s mother and father were evidentally successful in this because he was confident enough to explore the social world. I think that Jax is great child, and will continue to grow and move on to new and glorious experiences and adventures throughout his life ahead.
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