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During the earlier stages of a child’s life they begin by developing the most basic needs like hearing and sight, and they add onto those by becoming physically stronger and learning how to walk, balance, and navigate.
By learning how to talk children learn to socialize and interact. And they spend their early years simply getting acquainted to the world and all its complexes.
After gaining their basic skills they start recognizing more emotional struggles, like being a part of a group, maintaining a certain status at school, and avoiding embarrassing situations.
They learn how to ‘chose’ friends, and prefer certain people over others. They also try out different hobbies for short periods in an attempt to discover what they love.
Their moral sense grows and becomes more informed as they start recognizing right from wrong and feel guilt and shame.
In other words they slowly form their character and identity through a trial-and-error like method.
Then comes ages 10-13 which are considered developmental milestones for children as they start approaching the teen years, where everything moves to a higher level, and
all their emotions and needs start to change rapidly throwing them yet again into new social and emotional challenges which they need to learn how to cope with all over again.
Age 11-12 is when the first of these physical and emotional changes starts to take place, and to be more specific they are split into five different aspects.
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