Kim Kardashian West is 36 years old. She was born in Beverly Hills, California 1980. Kim has two children but she cannot cope with looking after them as she suffers from anxiety and her husband, Kanye, is always distracted by his work in the fashion and music industry. Kim is a famous reality TV star from the show Keeping Up With The Kardashians (KUWTK) which included her entire family, including the Jenner family.Kim has been through many relationships such as marriage and an unsettled family.
Her parents divorced in 1991 when she was just 13 years old. Kim has wed twice and has been divorced twice. She is currently married to Kanye West, her third husband.Kim also has a number of interests such as singing, listening to music, fashion and more. She and Kanye both work in the fashion industry making certain products such as fashion clothing lines and makeup accessories.
She and Kanye are well – known to the world and they are social media stars as they have gained millions of followers on many social media platforms.The physical development of a human involves in how their body grows, reacts and develops physically throughout their lives. This is also how the fine and gross motor skills of the human body develop such as walking, drawing, grasping or hopping upon one foot. Things like gaining weight and body changes are in the category of the physical development.It is a natural instinct for babies to have a strong bond with their mothers, but this does not exclude their fathers.
During the life stage of infancy, babies develop common fine and gross motor skills such as blinking, walking, sitting with support or grasping on to items. Infants also start to increase their weight. For example, when they are born they weigh between five to ten pounds, but within half a year, their weight doubles. During their physical growth, most babies develop their behaviour and abilities, so Kim Kardashian could have copied those skills from an older sibling to use for her own development.At the age of 4 years old, Kim had a younger brother. This became an emotional impact for because she had to understand that she needed to form a bond with him and that she will not get the same attention she had before her brother was born. At this life stage, children will gain an increase of height and learn how to interact with new people via friendship or other relationships. This would be their social development at the time.
At around the age of 11 years, girls like Kim may have started puberty. They will have gained a number of different feelings like anger or sadness.During this life stage, Kim would have gone through many physical changes such as growing taller, (just like in her early childhood), an increase of weight and growing breasts. All of these changes occur during puberty. She will have also released a number of hormones due to her body physically changing during puberty. Kim would also have started her menstrual cycle, which means she will be starting her periods. These changes in her body can lead her to have many changes in her emotional development by triggering different moods.
The cognitive development of a human involves in how their minds grow and gradually learn new skills such as organising, creating new ideas, thinking new thoughts or processing what their next action is. People also learn how to react to certain things at the right time.When infants interact with people, they learn to form different types of relationships.
They get used to the environment they live in or they are surrounded by. However, the intellectual development takes time to notice, as the infant will only start to learn how to develop their mind. Babies will start to learn basic things like reacting to something in a certain way and they will also learn how to manoeuvre actions that will make them comfortable or excited, for example; a baby sucking their thumb could help them feel relaxed. Whilst growing up, children increase the usage of their mental skills, for example, when Kim was only a child, she was able to develop new thinking skills and was able to remember more information from memory. One example of brain development in the early childhood life stage is that children use their imagination whilst playing, but as they grow, they soon start to develop scenarios that are more realistic and believable. The cognitive mind of an adolescent has better skills and development.
For example, when a child is asked a question they take time to process the answer and need to concentrate. However, because the brain of an adolescent is more developed, a teenager could simply answer the question in a matter of seconds. Teenagers can also use their improved memory and learn hard things like mathematical formulas or travelling directions. Their mind helps them analyse the situations that they are in, which can have a positive impact on them.?The emotional development of a human involves in how they respond to certain feelings like crying. They may feel upset, happy, confused, angry, isolated or even depressed. People should understand how to deal with such emotions and find different ways to help control or at least manage them.
As an infant grows, they learn how to react to different feelings such as happiness and make different facial expressions like smiling. This slowly happens by the time they reach 2-3 months of age, where the baby attempts to react for the first time or by moving in a certain way that changes its body posture to show these expressions. Infants also start growing strong attachments with their carer, so if they become separated, they may cry due to anxiety.Between the ages of 3 and 5 children are able to recognise their features, like tagging themselves. For example; at the age of 4, Kim may have described herself by saying ‘I have brown eyes’ or ‘I am upset’.
However, most children do not understand that people can have opposite qualities such as being good or bad. Children at this age are also able to keep their feelings and personal opinions to themselves and only tell adults if they wish to. This becomes part of their memory that they have created themselves, alone.The emotional development can be very hard for an adolescent. This is because they will experience different types of emotions at different times such as stress or anger. These emotions change very fast and are not in the child’s control. One example of stress is that social media can cause distress due to cyberbullying or perhaps a child not having as many friends online. However, if one does feel stressed, they can always have family members or peers to help and support them.
This can also help them to cheer up and stay calm.The social development of a human involves in how people communicate with each other and how people differentiate others. They may socialise in many ways such as calling, texting, verbally speaking, face to face or even using social media. The social development shows changes in the attitude of many and how they can be affected by the influence of their peers and family members.This is when babies start to form a close relationship with those who look after them. This bond between the baby and the carer makes the baby slowly start to develop different emotions. At the age of 2 months, the baby will form an attachment with their carer and may also learn to interact with strangers or other relatives so simple things like smiling or touching a baby can make them attempt to smile or giggle. At around 4 months, babies slowly start to approach towards familiar faces or to whoever calls them by crawling that direction.
By 7 months, babies will have developed a close relationship with their carer and will panic if separated.The relationship children form with their carer depends on how strict the carer may be. For example, the carer may feel the child is breaking a rule and may grant punishments for them. However, if the child shares a close bond with their carer, the carer may allow the child to have freedom but stay in within certain limits. At the age of 6, children may experience the chance of making new friends and start learning about each other’s interests and hobbies. They will also become close friends once they learn about having the same things in common with each other. This new bond will increase the child’s social and interactive skills as they grow up.
Teenagers will start to form a large number of bonds with teachers, friends, online friends, mentors and family. As these relationships form, the emotional state can make them happy or sad whilst they deal with so many different people. Adolescents begin to realise who to refer to as a friend and who is not, and this is to understand how well they communicate with certain individuals. They begin to develop their social skills by verbally communicating or by connecting with them via different social media platforms.