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    Impact of Childhood Attachment and Separation Experiences upon Adult Relationships Abstract This qualitative research was conducted to ascertain if the attachment style a person has as an adult is created or influenced by his/her interactions with early childhood experiences. The research was carried out by means of a thematic analysis of an interview of a married middle-aged couple. The interviews bought the themes of Work, Childhood and Relationships to the foreground and these were analysed

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    She also notes that not only are organized sports not enjoyable for children, they may cause irreparable harm to the children, both emotionally and physically. In her thesis statement, Statsky states, “When overzealous parents and coaches impose adult standards on children's sports, the result can be activities that are neither satisfying nor beneficial to children” (627). While this statement is strong, her defense of it is weak. One of the assumptions Statsky makes is that, “One readily understandable

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    viewed as a potential hindrance to personal fulfillment. Are children becoming more of a burden to adults than a blessing? Indeed, “how is childhood viewed and valued today?” asks the U.K. Children’s Society report. As Whitehead and Popenoe explore the question, they can only conclude that 21st-century culture may be shifting “from a society of child-rearing families to a society of child-free adults.”

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    Middle Adulthood

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    management techniques and interventions. During middle adulthood biological and physical changes become apparent. During this time visual perception, hearing and the reproductive system decline. Adults who have never worn glasses or contact lenses may start needing visual correction (pg 424). During this time adults may also need more light to see than their younger friends (pg 424). During middle adulthood individuals, more commonly men, develop a lower sensitivity to high pitch sounds (pg 424). This

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    Young Adult Parenthood

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    better parenting in the today’s world because this would empower the young adults with better parenting skills. The parenting strategies of most young adults may be due to the mode of thinking. Some believe that if their upbringing was of a certain style, then that is the only way it should be. It is uncertain that their parents lack the skills to teach them the core of responsibilities. No one will ever know! Every young adult should be evaluated as an individual and not as a statistic. Each parent

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    Children Versus Adults: Comparing Diet and Exercise Results In an attempt to look at the different results of diet and exercise among children and adults, a study was conducted, in which the subjects self-monitored their progress over a span of twelve months. During this period, different variables were measured, to include urinary Na/K ratio, systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and body mass index, to name a few. The outcome of this study shows opposite

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    Child to Adult in The Catcher in the Rye The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger is a story about growing up. It explores the obstacles we all face during our transition from child to adulthood. The tragedies and triumphs, the breakthroughs and setbacks, the happiness and heartache. As you follow the book's protagonist, Holden, through his journey into adulthood, you learn about his life, but more importantly, you learn about your own. You grow to sympathize with the young rebel, and you begin

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    Character Development in Lord of the Flies The ability to create characters of depth plagues many a contemporary writer. Many of those writers should look to William Golding for expertise on this issue. Golding diverges from the path of contemporary authors and sets an example of how character development should be accomplished in his novel, Lord of the Flies. Golding's Ralph exemplifies this author's superior style of character development in this novel. At the commencement of the novel, the

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    Pediatric and Adult Migraines

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    Pediatric and Adult Migraines Many people are surprised to find that children get migraines. It is one of those illnesses that are associated with adults only. A migraine is an intense, pounding headache with nausea that occurs infrequently. The headache starts around the eyes, the forehead, or the sides of the head. Bright lights and loud noises also make the headache worse, and any movements make this headache worse. Migraines last from a few hours to a few days in serious cases (1). Over

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    Adults Should Let Teenagers Live Their Lives A common phrase that adults can testify to hearing from any given teenager is, “You don’t understand!” This proves a struggle between the youth and the adults that quite possibly is never-ending. Adults make assumptions about kids, based on the way they dress, which pushes kids farther and farther away. In the essay, “Goths in Tomorrowland” by Thomas Hine, he emphasizes the beliefs that adults began the idea of youth alienation from older societies

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