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Intimacy vs. Isolation
Intimacy vs. Isolation
Intimacy vs. Isolation
Intimacy vs. Isolation
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Intimacy vs. Isolation

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This is one of Erik Erikson\'s stages which is stage 6: Intimacy vs. Isolation. It describes what having intimacy means as well as isolation. It also shows the causes that can lead to having one of …

This is one of Erik Erikson\'s stages which is stage 6: Intimacy vs. Isolation. It describes what having intimacy means as well as isolation. It also shows the causes that can lead to having one of these. It also describes how you are as a person if you have too much of the positive side (maladaptation) or having too much of the negative side (malignancy) and the effects it can have on you. It is a really interesting stage that can teach you a lot you did not know. Hope you find it as interesting and learn more about Erikson\'s stage.

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  • 1. Stage 6 Intimacy Vs Isolation (Ages 18-30)
  • 2. What occurs during stage 6?
      • this usually occurs during the ages of 18-30
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      • an individual tries to have some degree of intimacy rather than being isolate
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      •   intimacy means to be able to be close to others.
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      • you can be intimate as a lover, friend,or people in your society 
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      • the oppostie of being intimate is to isloate yourself from love, friendships, and your community
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      • one develops hatred to achieve isolation
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      • this mostly effects the partners and friends     
  • 3. Maladaptation (having too much!)
    • CAUSE:
      • having fear of commitment
      • tendancy to become intimate too easliy and freely
      • moving around a lot as a child
    • EFFECT :(on personality)
      • being promiscuious
      • not being able to sustain a long-lasting relationship
      • (shallow v. deep)
  • 4. Examples of being promiscuious:
      • sleeping with many partners
      • always in search of a new partner
  • 5. Relationships & Friendships (virtures)
      • Young adults being able to make long lasting friends
      • Begin to fall in love
      • This impacts their "later in life" personality
  • 6. Examples of having right balance:
      • being understanding 
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      • feeling love and care towards the people around you  
  • 7. iNTiMACY   V.S   iSOLATiON                       MALiGNANCY WHAT CAN CAUSE IT ?   -TENDENCY TO ISOLAT ONES SELF FROM OTHERS     -ISOLATING ONES SELF FROM LOVE , FRIENDSHIPS , AND COMMUNICATION WITH OTHERS
  • 8. iNTiMACY   V.S   iSOLATiON                         MaLiGNANCY HOW WILL THIS AFFECT PERSONALITY  ?   - IF ONE ISOLATES FROM OTHERS MAY DEVELOP HATE TOWARD HIS/HERS LONELINESS....

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