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Those who emerge from the adolescent stage of personality development with a

strong sense of identity are well equipped to face adulthood with confdence and
certainty. This sort of unresolved crisis leaves individuals struggling to fnd
themselves. They may go on to seek a negative identity, which may involve crime
or drugs or the inability to make defning choices about the future. The basic
strength that should develop during adolescence is fdelity, which emerges from a
cohesive ego identity.