Tag: psychology

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After the second day of classes, I am giving even further thought to dropping my education degree. Even though I am quite close to completing the required courses for the B.A., I just don’t know if I can handle the banality any longer. Paradoxically, the entire School of Education claims to focus on critical thinking, …

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Let’s not be PC about biology!

Today, when looking on Progressive’s website, I noticed the horrible atrocity of political correctness via wrong diction! This is my all-time favourite piece of PC jargon. Here’s a screenshot of the site: Progressive? Let’s briefly go over this error. Gender refers to the sets of behavioural norms applied to either sex, respectively. That is, the …

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Patrick’s Poem

This poem, which was taken from Stephen Chbosky’s novel entitled The Perks of Being a Wallflower. This is the poem that Charlie (the protagonist) gave his friend Patrick at the end of the Secret Santa party. Charlie remembered the poem from his friend Michael who committed suicide. It’s been a long time since a piece …

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