. In this final essay, discuss the following ideas (in no particular order): What do you believe are (name) strengths? Weaknesses? What have you learned that supports your position about this? What would you identify as "protective factors" for (name) that may have aided in his/her development even though your case had only moderate outcomes? If you could rewrite (name) 's life, what would you want to change and why? What surprised you the most about (name) and his/her development? Consider all of (name's) life events. How do you think those life events contributed to (name) end-of-life outcomes and his/her sense of integrity vs. despair (according to Erikson's theory)? What do you suspect (name) would say about his/her life? What aspects of (name) life was s/he unable to resolve (according to Erikson's theory)? What evidence did you use to support your position? Finally, if you could sit down and talk with (name) as s/he enters the last phase of his/her life, what would you want to say to (name)? If you had to select one thing you believe to be the most important thing you would say to (name), what would it be?