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Throughout the course of ones life one will face many fulcrums to either conquer or flee from The choices one makes at these times will become so crucial to the course of ones life so that contentment within their life will ensueThe earliest turning point that one will face will come at such an early age that it is not usually recognized as a turning point Sometime during infancy the abilities of communication and mobility are attained Simple communication makes your power in this world increase drastically The more your communication develops the more you can specifically inform people of what your wants are To an infant this is very importantThe next era of change is referred to as the adolescence As any adult will tell you this is the first challenge in life It is said to be hard but not to be the hardest point of growth in life It more or less serves as a test Those who succeed leave childhood with the confidence to lead happy and successful lives It is a weeding out process naturally provided by whatever society the child is born into It is a foundation to build fromOnce out of childhood and into adulthood one has started the beginning of the rest of ones life It is arguably the longest lived stage in life However rarely enough this is the case As an adult you assume the leadership position in society An adult must assume the leadership roll to be considered an adult Upon adulthood you have now done what future generations have not and are therefore more adequately equipped to contribute to society The midlife crisis may also be labeled as a turning point in life It is generally thought of in a gender biased circumstance males being the only sex thought to experience it It is experienced by both sexes It can be a humbling or terrifying experience The root of the problem is that
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