Forrest Gump's development based on Erik Erikson's eight stages of development

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1. Intimacy vs. Isolation

1.1. Love relationship with Jenny

1.2. Friendship with Lt. Dan

1.3. Bubba

2. Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt

2.1. Family Heritage

2.2. Confident

2.2.1. Task

2.2.2. Prerequisites

2.3. Protection from feeling shame

2.3.1. Task

2.3.2. Prerequisites

3. Integrity vs. Despair

3.1. Meetings

3.2. Fortune Magazine

4. Generativity vs. Stagnation

4.1. Feeling useful in the army

4.2. Son

4.3. Receives the Congressional Medal of Honor- Service in Vietnam

4.4. Shrimping Business

4.5. Donated money to a church, and a hospital

4.6. Running across the States

4.7. On the National Table Tennis team

4.8. He helped others with their business

4.9. Inspiration

4.10. Watergate Scandel

5. Industry vs. Inferiority

5.1. Going to "normal" school

5.2. Teaches Elvis Presley the hip swing dance

6. Identity vs. Confusion

6.1. His name

6.2. Firm relationship with Mom

6.3. Leader

6.4. Played football and was an All-American

7. Trust vs. Mistrust

7.1. Mom

8. Initiative vs. Guilt

8.1. Encouragement from Jenny

8.2. Meeting the school bus driver