Ever wondered what it means to be an adult?
I’m not talking about buying guest towels or renters insurance. I’m talking about how we ought to be developing in adulthood. How should we beperceiving and engaging with the world? Or handling conflict and interacting with the people around us?
With children it’s easy. Children have distinct developmental stages and rituals (terrible twos, bar mitzvah, sweet sixteen), so we pretty much know what to expect when they grow older.
But what about adults? For most of us, adulthood just happens. We don’t have a framework for adult development that can help us understand where we are and where we want to be.
This is where Dr. Robert Kegan’s Theory of Adult Development comes in.Read More