From here until about 2 years, I was in Piaget's sensorimotor stage. The significance of this is that this is when I first started coordinate my senses and actions through reflexes.
I was still Piaget's sensorimotor stage. This is significant because this is when I first recognized my mom, signaling the start of coordinating sensations.
I am now in Piaget's preoperational stage. This marks the start of ability to use words without logical thinking.
This marks the first time I felt guilt; therefore, I am in stage 3 of Erikson's stages. This is significant because it marks the time when I first started to develop my sets of morals. I am also in Kohlberg's stage 4, because I begin to determine right and wrong by society's rules.
I came home very sad because I wasn't as good at a game as another child. This means that I was in stage 4 of Erikson's stages. This is significant because it marks the start of the competence vs. inferiority; in this case, I felt inferior for the first time.
Piaget's concrete operational stage. I am now thinking and understanding logically.
I am now in Kohlberg's Stage 5 social contract orientation. This is significant because I am starting to view society's rules as fallible or absolute.
I am now in Piaget's formal operational stage. This is significant because I am now developing critical thinking, which will be important for the rest of my life.
I am now in Kohlberg's stage 6 individual principles and conscience orientation. This is significant because it marks the first time I determine right and wrong by my own ethical principles, not other people's.
I am now in Erikson's 6th stage, intimacy vs. isolation. This is significant because I am now deciding for myself whether I want to be alone and with another person.
I am now in Erikson's eighth stage, integrity vs. despair. At 72 years old, I begin to wonder what is left on this earth for me. The significance of this is that it marks the beginning of my internal battle between integrity and despair.