****** PLEASE SEE CHAPTER 5 OF ATTACHED TEXT ******************
Compare the major developmental theories you have become familiar with from readings and content from Lesson 5. Compose thoughtful answers to the following "developmental difficulties." Explain how you would use your understanding of one of the major theories (focusing particularly on Piaget and Erikson) to deal with each of the difficulties listed below more constructively. That means apply the specific theories and stages to give a detailed explanation of each dilemma. Then provided a constructive solution to each problem. Solutions should be thorough enough that another person with a similar problem could follow what you did. You must respond to all ten of the dilemmas.
1.A well-intentioned, but meddling, relative comes to visit the weekend before your child's first birthday, in April. She cautions you that you must be spoiling the child, because he hides behind your leg and clings to you when she tries to give him a hug, and he did not do this when she visited at New Year's. How will you explain what is happening with your child?
2. Your three-year old constantly drives you nuts with attention-seeking behaviors while you are on the phone.
3. Your infant daughter puts everything in her mouth, including the dog's food.
4. Your eight-year old son is failing math; all he cares about is baseball.
5. Your eight-year old son is failing P.E. and growing obese; all he cares about is Nintendo.
6. Your teenager has decided not to attend college in favor of joining the stage crew for a touring rock band.
7. Your nine-year old son is being victimized by the class bully
your nine-year old son IS the class bully.
NOTE: Respond to both of these situations.
8. Your two-year old daughter refuses to wear the clothes you pick for her every morning, making getting dressed a twenty-minute pitched battle.
9. Your thirty-six-year old friend is showing symptoms of the classic "mid-life crisis," buying a trendy new sports car, flirting dangerously, and alluding to leaving his wife.
10. Your sixty-eight-year old neighbor is chronically depressed, feeling she has wasted her life.
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