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A Little 1 Turning A Little Into A lot Jennifer Baxter Psychology 202 Shannon Geary January 19, 2009
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A Little 2 Turning A Little Into A lot I. What was your family like? a. 1 brother and 1 sister b. Parents divorced when I was 2 c. Raised by single mom d. No contact with dad after age 12 II. What things do you remember about your childhood? a. Mom struggled b. c. Had great summers at dad’s before he quit contact d. Dad got angry and sent us home early/didn’t see him again III. What were you like as a teenager? a. Had a lot freedom b. Rebelled / fought with mom c. Did good in school IV. What did you do after you left school?
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Unformatted text preview: a. Moved out b. Started working c. Moved cross country with a guy d. Got married and had a child e. Divorced A Little 3 V. Do you have your own family now? a. Remarried b. Have two children VI. What are your personal, professional, and academic goals? a. Academic goal finish Bachelors Degree b. Professional goal work for myself c. Personal goal write a childrens book contribute to household, financially raise my children to have strong desire to excel in school Turning 7 References Boyd, D., & Bee, H. (2006). Adult Development. Boston: Allyn and Bacon....
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