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of getting help through resources to maintain a grade in school that would allow him to make choices if he chooses to attend college. This will give him a since of making his own choices in life rather than settling for being in the family business. The approaches that would be taken would be checking in on him to make sure he is attending school and staying out of trouble. Educating him on the gain and losses as adults often are faced with can help him understand he is not alone and there are choices that can be made that will have a more positive result. Reassuring him the choices his friends are making with having sex that is meaningless will have its own negative impact in the boy’s life as well as the girls they are having sex with. Insuring him he is making the right choice by waiting until he finds someone he is really interested in. this will also increase his chances of having a healthy relationship with the individual he chooses that could prove to last longer than a meaningless one.
Running head: ADOLESCENCE TO EMERGING ADULTHOOD7ConclusionIn conclusion Dean is not a bad kid, however he is making bad choices that could impact his life in the long run. He is faced with many obstacles in his life he does not understand nor know how to change the actions he is making. This is a part of the life span development, as individuals learn how to make the corrective actions that result in positive outcomes they struggle in trying to understand how to make important decisions. With the right resources that would help not only Dean, but his family as well. They can understand how the developmental stages work as so many families do not have the resources that help them understand this growth period they are faced with the same circumstances and ultimately make the wrong decisions for their child and family.
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