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Unit 4: Development through the life stages
P3- Explain the influences of two predictable and two unpredictable major life events on the development of an individual
Marriage
Marriage is a predictable life event because it something which an individual expects to happen. Jenifer Aniston got married to Brad Pitt.
Marriage created a positive effect on Jenifer’s physical development because it is good for your health as she will have felt happier and healthier. It will have also made Jenifer less likely to suffer from mental health problems therefore, meaning she will have a longer life expectancy.
This affected Jenifer’s emotional development positively because she had made an emotional attachment with her partner. It allowed her to develop trust in another person who she felt comfortable around. Also, both Jenifer and Brad were able to express how they felt and they would stand by one another ensuring they were happy.
Marriage will have affected Jenifer’s intellectual development in a positive way because it creates a partnership which involves one another supporting each other throughout work and forming unity in all areas of life. Marriage is a support network.
Marriage also allowed Jenifer to experiencing intimacy; this could have affected Jenifer socially in both a positive and negative way. It could have created a negative effect because she felt like she had a loss of independence and no longer had a choice in what she wanted to do due to feeling threatened for example; she may spend less time with her friends. On the other hand, it created a positive effect because she felt love and respect both towards and from someone else; this made her happy and developed a strong relationship with them, creating a positive self-esteem.
Employment
Employment is a predictable life event because it is something which an individual expects to happen. Jenifer Aniston began…...

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