PSY 410 Week 4 - DQ 1_What do you think about the saying People dont grow old. When they stop growing, they become old Anonymous
PSY 410 Week 4 - DQ 1_What do you think about the saying People dont grow old. When they stop growing, they become old Anonymous fin571
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Date Created: 11/10/15
2 What do you think about the saying People don 39t grow old When they stop growing they become old quotAnonymous I believe this statement is saying once we stop growing intellectually then we become old I believe if this is the meaning of this statement I would have to say it is true Even if we stop growing physically our mental faculties continue to grow and mature as we get older I believe people who suffer from senile dementia Alzheimer and other mentally debilitating diseases or disorders become old because there is not likelihood that the person will regain any memories of their abilities to do certain things from the past or learn new information In addition I would have to say people who may live a normal life could have a traumatic experience The experience can cause various disorders such as PTSD and many other conditions this could be debilitating and if not addressed a person could stop growing mentally and emotionally affecting them physically which could be another way of growing old
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