What Are Life Stages?

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The stages of life are conception, birth, development or growth and finally death. However, there are other different stages of life that are described according to the human behaviour and state of mind. They are: happy times, confusion, searching, truth, decisions, planting time and teaching.
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The life stages are the observable changes in individuals during their everyday life. These changes are primarily based on biology and to some extent evolution.
Life stages include: infant, child, adolescent, young adult, adult, middle adult, independent elder, vulnerable elder, dependent elder and the end of life. These stages are primarily based on biology and observable changes usually occur in each stage.
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