CASE STUDY ANALYSIS: Middle Adulthood2IntroductionThe case study that I choose to research and write about is the case of David a 52 year oldmiddle aged man who has been employed within the human resource field for the past 24 years. David is divorced and remarried with three children from his first marriage and two stepchildren from his current marriage. Davis shares educational expenses with his first wife as well as educational expenses of one of his step children of his second marriage. David’s current position is with a reputable area hospital that recently merged with a large network of providers to cut costs and resources. David is feeling the pressure of this merger as his job responsibilities have expanded as has the technology that he is expected to utilize. David has recently begun to suffer from significant pain in his lower back that he believes might be related to a traffic accident that happened when he was younger and has started to use prescribed medication for both anxiety and sleep problems. David has also started to self medicate by drinking a few beers upon returning home from work to assist with his anxiety. In this case analysis, I will presentthe lifespan development theories to determine which theorists apply to this case, apply the appropriate lifespan development theory to identify an intervention process, and describe the potential impact of individual and culture differences on development for the current case.