Life crises is defined as major turning points in one's life course , such as birth, marriage, or death which typically involve some degree of disorientation resulting from a combination of danger and opportunity. Life crises also refer to internal conflicts that attends each stage of psychosocial development . Positive resolution of early life crises sets the stage for positive resolution of subsequent life crises.

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