Explain the Influences of Two Predictable and Unpredictable Major Life Events

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Harriet Welch Explain the influences of two predictable and two unpredictable major life events on the development of an individual: Life stages to talk about Predictable – * His child Hailie and Getting Married * Moving house Unpredictable- * Leave school * Get scouted and become famous and live his dream Eminem Having a Child - Eminem was married in his 20’s this was predictable because he had a stable girlfriend and was engaged therefore this led to marriage. The marriage stage in Eminem’s life was the good moments; it was like his life was on track finally. Eminem and Kim had a child together called Hailey. She was a bridesmaid at their wedding. This had a big effect on Eminem’s life because Hailey is his…show more content…
This is a predictable life stage because Eminem and his Mum never had much money; his mum was unable to pay rent therefore the time that she could stay at a house or trailer was limited. She was a drug taker therefore she could have had drug dealers after her for money. By putting Eminem’s upbringing into perspective moving house is predictable because it is band to happen. It’s impossible for a single parent who is on drugs and an alcoholic to not only bring up a child but to manage their low income, afford food and also pay for drugs within such a limited income span. Drugs and alcohol was clearly more important to his mum hence why she couldn’t pay her rent. Where this situation was on going once Eminem had moved houses a few times he probably got used to the routine of moving house and because isolated or separated from old friends. It was a situation that he had no way of adapting to because he was never settled. Eminem getting scouted – Eminem got himself into a show at the Olympics, this is where he got scouted by Dre, Dre got him signed and helped him to make the success of his life. This had an impact on him because he is finally living his dream; the good has finally come out of all the bad things and the struggle that he has been through. He can now afford to provide for him, his mum and his daughter. He must have had enough of providing for his mum and he left
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