Category: psychology

No. You are NOT! Are THESE people OLD? These people who are your age. Are they old? Well, no. BUT… They’ve accomplished SO much. They know who they are and are well established in their careers. And then here I am. I feel like I keep starting over, and over, and over and over. What […]

Just got word that I’ve been accepted into an Occupational Therapy Assistant program at the local college for the Fall. Three months ago when I quit my job I’d had no success at obtaining employment that was even quasi-professional and that kind of thing breaks you down. Tired of employers not finding my skills valuable. […]

I have. Four times. And I’m going to share with you my honest opinion, because I have mixed feelings. That’s not true: actually, I think floating in massive amount of epsom salt in the dark is beneficial for your muscles and your brain. Many scientific studies (which I’m too lazy to link here) back that […]

So, what I’d like to know is how does one become less neurotic? I’m asking for a friend. No, of course not. I’m asking for myself. I am very neurotic and I know it. Not just from the Big 5 personality test, but any test in general, plus it’s obvious based on how much I’m […]

Yesterday as I was grocery shopping I past by the alcohol section of the store and I thought, Hey I’ve been really stressed lately – I could use a drink. Then as I started looking at the options I felt a surprising aversion, which over the last year or two has increasingly been the case. […]

It’s a fact that the majority of what happens in our lives is outside our control. Accepting this is crucial to one’s sanity. And so is choosing to let go of the Why? question. Why? Well, sometimes you can search and search and search and never find the answer. I’m naturally curious by nature and […]

Crazy Ex- Girlfriend is really killing it with this season’s musical numbers.  The level of talent from the writers is out of this world.  The songs are catchy, humorous, and entirely relatable. Check these out (IMO, in order of ‘worst’ to ‘best’, though all of them are fantastic): Avoidance and Procrastination (Yah, I Can’t Relate…):  […]