Life Plan Assignment

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Life Plan Assignment

Throughout our lives, most of us experience several significant events, or “life events.” Educational pursuits, career aspirations, recreational interests, marital life, children and end-of-life preferences are common subjects. The emotion surrounding these events varies, but each should cause us to examine our future (and past) to ensure we’re making the best decisions possible for ourselves, our friends, and our families.

A life plan is a detailed description of your decisions, intentions, hopes and dreams. A detailed life plan is instructive for creating greater clarity regarding life priorities and next steps.

Assignment instructions:

Pick a topic of interest in human growth and development. This could be something that you worry about in the future (i.e., your father getting Alzheimer’s Disease) or something that happened in the past that you wish had been handled better (i.e., your best friend was bullied in the 6th grade and you didn’t know what to do at the time) or something you are concerned about now (i.e., your friend is bulimic.)

Ways to identify a topic:

  1. List your mental, emotional, spiritual, physical and/or material needs.
  2. Identify your strengths and talents.
  3. Consider your hopes and dreams.

Once you have a topic.

  1. Outline concrete goals for dealing with your topic that satisfy things you identified in 1-3 above.
  2. Find academic research that supports your goals.
  3. Examine the details of your plan: How feasible is it? What issues might arise that would interfere with your plan? Do you have alternatives?

Your plan must cite at least three academic articles that offer support to your plan. Your paper should be at least 2 pages long, double-spaced and follow APA format.

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The possibility of my father developing arthritis disease in his old age period is one of my
worry in the future. According to Ledingham, Snowden, and Ide (2017), arthritis disorder is
common among elderly people since the proneness of suffering from arthritis is increases with
the aging of a person. Thus, since in the future my father will have aged I am worried that he
might at some point suffer from arthritis disease.
Based on my worry about the possibility of my father developing arthritis disease in the
future I have planned to undertake goals that are aimed at preventing my father from suffering
from arthritis disorder. The planned goals would entail the facilitation of natural therapy and
remedies that would be aimed at preventing my father from suffering from arthritis disease in the
future. The natural remedies as one of the planned goals would encompass the adoption of
natural means that would play a substantial role in...

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