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The paper discusses how, between the ages of 18-23, big life transitions occur, including college, trade school, entering the job market, getting married and having children. The paper reveals that unfortunately, life could also include drug use, underachievement, depression and lack of motivation. The paper presents an examination of techniques that a life coach could use in order to help young adults with behavior issues learn how to successfully use life skills. The paper explores the importance of positive thinking, open ended questions and self-reflection in young adults.
Open Ended Questions
Open Ended Questions
From the Paper:"Between the ages of 18-23, young adults go through what could arguably be defined as the most significant changes in their adult lives. It is an era in which high school is completed, and adult life begins. That life may include college, trade school, entering the job market, getting married and having children. Unfortunately, that life could also include drug use, underachievement, depression and lack of motivation as well. It is during this five year window that that the pattern is set to will govern the rest of that person's life. While it is possible to change behaviors and outcomes at any age, the first five years of being launched into the adult world can be crucial to setting one up for success."
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Cite this Term Paper:
Life Coaching (2007, September 25) Retrieved August 21, 2014, from http://www.academon.com/term-paper/life-coaching-98452/
"Life Coaching" 25 September 2007. Web. 21 August. 2014. <http://www.academon.com/term-paper/life-coaching-98452/>