Age Up

I recently hopped on Facebook and saw a flurry of "How hard did aging it you?" posts.  Though I am not someone to post that kind of thing on my Facebook page, I like the space this now-popular prompt provides for self-reflection.  First Facebook profile picture, circa April 2010 I started my Facebook page in…Read more Age Up

I have this fear.

*Tomorrow, students across the nation with walk out of their classes, to make a stand against gun violence, and to petition for safer schools. These are my thoughts.* I am petrified. Never before have I ever felt a fear like this. I'm terrified that a mass shooting will happen again, but this time, in an…Read more I have this fear.

Religion and Politics: Survey Results

*I want to dedicate this post to every single person who completed my survey.  Your responses helped me test my hypotheses, and understand the relationship between religion and politics.  I am forever grateful to every single one of you.  Thank you.* I started this study with the aim to analyze the connection between religious beliefs…Read more Religion and Politics: Survey Results

Passengers, I condemn you.

Before I say what I believe needs to be said, I want you to know that this is coming from a place of truthful compassion and understanding, with self-reflective sadness, and not a place of aggression or judgment. But. Passengers of the United Airlines Flight that were witnesses to the horrific removal of Dr. Dao from his…Read more Passengers, I condemn you.

Observations on Food Stamps

As a budding psychologist, I'm interested in the world.  I want to understand the how's, what's and why's of people and their minds.  I'm constantly thinking of studies I would love to conduct, and surveys topics I want to explore. Last week, I finished an observation.  I'm a cashier/ self-checkout attendant at a grocery store, and…Read more Observations on Food Stamps