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Erik Erikson 1 Stage Trust VS Mistrust

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  • 1. ERIK ERIKSON Trust   VS . Mistrust   STAGE 1             by : Elizabeth , Christie and Lateisha
  • 2.           Definitions
    • TRUST : to trust is the place of confident where one relys on someone or something
    • MISTRUST: to have mistrust is to lack confidents in someone or something
  • 3.       Virtues When the level between trust and mistrust is blanced.
  • 4.
    • Trust (maladaptive )
    • A parent who overly protects their child when their young.
    • Mistrust (malignant)
    • Parents who are unreliable
    • and often rejects or harmed the child as an infant.
    Cause of...
  • 5. Virtues Parents who are not perfect and work around problems well.
  • 6. Out Come
    • Trust
    • The child becomes overly trusting even gullible. They grow to belive no one will harm them
    • Mistrust
    •   Develops
    • the child develops depression, paranoia and possibly psychosis
  • 7. Edited by yours truly: Christie Elizabeth, Lateisha