Of the most prominent lessons I have found myself struggling to understand was that the term “community psychology” is polysemous. Continue reading “Community Psychology Reflection #1”
This piece was alluded to in a really early post of mine, if you remember it then I’m giving you a virtual high-five right now because you’re awesome. This was first published on June 4, 2016. Continue reading “CWM: “Noises Of Security””
To be completely frank, this post’s idea came out of caprice. For a little over a week now, I planned to write up a post on the foods that Continue reading “How To Actually Live Better”
This is not an easy thing. Addiction is never a topic that’s light on the tongue or smooth in the process, and part of that has to do Continue reading “Addiction of the Mind”
[This title’s alliteration was purposely phrased to capture your attention. Hopefully it didn’t make you wan’t to P. Haha, my jokes are lame, okay enjoy.]
Now, I don’t consider myself a person of politics — or someone who is capable of having political debates — but I do recognize the Continue reading “The Psychological Politics of Power”
Before you begin reading I must express two very important lessons I learned during this event:
- Little tiny people can be overwhelmingly talented (I may or may not be ashamed of my lack of ability to do anything.)
- Sitting next to amplifiers the size of elephants is the worst thing you could ever do to your ear drums. Seriously, I don’t think I have any anymore.
Today at school, my family and I decided to celebrate my four-year-old brother turning five-years-old (even though his actual date of birth is in June, which happens to be after the academic year is over but that’s besides the purpose of this post).
I really should be honest, because as I was making my way into his little classroom filled with little people and little things, I was Continue reading “A Series On Little People (pt. 1)”