ⓘ Emotional symbiosis is when an individual has the limited capacity to be aware of, respect, appreciate, and comprehend the subjectivity of another. This occurs ..

                                     

ⓘ Emotional symbiosis

Emotional symbiosis is when an individual has the limited capacity to be aware of, respect, appreciate, and comprehend the subjectivity of another. This occurs in the phase of early development when a child is completely dependent, and both physically and emotionally closely bonded with their mother. Emotional symbiosis is a very common occurrence as it originates from the early childhood treatment of babies. People who have emotional symbiosis tend to put others down in order to make themselves feel as if they have all of the right answers. Emotional symbiosis is usually handed down through generations and can have a negative impact on ones family life.

                                     

1. Average psychological stages of life

1. Hatching first months

– In this phase, infants begin to have a certain alertness about the outside world, and theyre wanting to look at the world in a more enthusiastic way.

2. Practicing 9–16 months

– In this phase, usually, infants begin to crawl and look for ways to explore their surroundings.
                                     

1.1. Average psychological stages of life 2. Toddler – Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt

Once infants begin to form into toddlers, they begin to test out their freedoms and the extent that they should go with their freedoms. For example, a baby may want to play with the scissors on the ground, but once a parent snatches those scissors away from them, they begin to realize what they are expected to touch and not to touch. Also, they feel shameful because they notice the unhappy expressions that are on their parents faces.

                                     

1.2. Average psychological stages of life 3. Preschool/Early Childhood – Initiative and Guilt

As children began to grow into their early childhood phase, they begin to take charge of their actions and see how far they can go until someone stops these actions. A child may shred paper on the ground and laugh, but once they get caught, they will feel guilty because they know that they were not supposed to do that certain action. Again, in this phase, children try to find out the extent that they can go until someone stops them.

                                     

1.3. Average psychological stages of life 4. School Age/Play – Industry vs. Inferiority

As a child begins to grow, they fully realize that they are children are expected to act in a certain type of manner. A question that children may ask themselves in this phase is, "Can I make it in the world of people and things?". Children typically began to realize how small they are in the world during this phase, and how much they are able to achieve on their own.

                                     

1.4. Average psychological stages of life 5. Adolescence – Identity vs. Role Confusion

In this phase, peer influence really begins to take control of an adolescents mind. Children began to wonder, "where do I truly belong?", and the way that most children find out who they really are is through peer influences, which can be positive influences or negative.

                                     

1.5. Average psychological stages of life 6. Young Adulthood – Intimacy vs. Isolation

When an individual is transforming into a young adult, a common question in their mind is, essentially, "can I love?". In this phase, an individual begins to wonder if there is someone for them in the world, if they will ever find love, or if love just isnt for them. Also, they wonder if its better to be in a relationship, single, or just completely be alone.



                                     

1.6. Average psychological stages of life 7. Adulthood – Generativity vs. Stagnation

In this stage, an individual wonders whether or not they want to contribute to the society. In Generativity, the individual would want to set an example for the generations to come, and leave their mark on society. On the other hand, a person who chooses Stagnation would care less for the society and the generations who are coming. People who are in favor of Stagnation are usually self-absorbed and would rather focus on their own well being.

                                     

1.7. Average psychological stages of life 8. Old Age – Ego Integrity vs. Despair

In this final stage of life, people began to figure out whether they are mentally prepared to move onto the next stage of life, whatever they choose to believe in. The other alternative is to stay as strong as they possibly can to remain on Earth and make these last moments of life count. When an individual is in Despair, they focus on death more than the last moments that they have on Earth. On the other hand, a person who chooses to have ego integrity chooses to make the best of their life, and they have more confidence for whats ahead of them in the future.

                                     

1.8. Average psychological stages of life Separation-individuation theory of child development

This theory, created by Margaret Mahler, explains how infants begin to get self-absorbed in 3 phases. These phases are the normal autistic phase, normal symbiotic phase, and the separation-individuation phase.

                                     

1.9. Average psychological stages of life Normal autistic phase

This phase shows that infants are usually self-absorbed, because they spend most of them time sleeping and crying, and spending less time actually trying to figure out the world that they are living in and the people they are around.

                                     

1.10. Average psychological stages of life Normal symbiotic phase

In the normal symbiotic phase, infants grow a very close connection with themselves and their mother. This relationship is very essential to them, and they focus on this relationship more than they focus on the outside world. During this phase, the infant realizes that it is living in order to please its mother.

                                     

1.11. Average psychological stages of life Separation-individuation phase

This is the phase where an infant begins to separate from its mother in order to find out its purpose in the world. This phase is divided into 3 subcategories that go further in depth into how infants begin to grow into an individual.



                                     

1.12. Average psychological stages of life 1. Hatching first months

– In this phase, infants begin to have a certain alertness about the outside world, and theyre wanting to look at the world in a more enthusiastic way.
                                     

1.13. Average psychological stages of life 2. Practicing 9–16 months

– In this phase, usually, infants begin to crawl and look for ways to explore their surroundings.
                                     

1.14. Average psychological stages of life 3. Rapprochement 15–24 months

– In this phase, the infant wants to further explore the world, but wants to have the mothers attention throughout their exploration. If the mother doesnt pay attention to the childs enthusiasm to observe their surroundings, the infant may feel abandoned or anxious.
                                     
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