Born & raised in the OC. I have a thing for scary movies. Currently working on rebuilding my self-confidence. Adrenaline rush seeker. Open-minded & open-hearted. Always down to try new things. Can't get enough of avocados and mango-flavored anything. Fitness and healthy eating--I'm about that life. Driven by curiosity. Captivated by people's laughter. 20, yet a kiddo.
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this abnormal psychology project is too real.
it’s about stress and how we deal with stress—and basically, i’m supposed to be a psychologist, with my client being myself. i look at what’s been stressing me out from a third-person point of view and honestly write about them. after writing an outline of what i’m going to write about, i’m realizing i actually have had a lot of negativity in my life, from my parents, my boyfriend, etc.
luckily, for me, i am, in nature, optimistic and i am able to cope with negativity well, in the sense that i don’t let it affect me. i’m actually surprised the stuff i mentioned didn’t screw me up completely. however, i have realized that there’s just a lot of sadness built up inside me that i never really noticed before—probably because i tend to put up a wall and pretend like idgaf.
but anyways, this project has definitely hit my emotions right in the soft spot. and because i have to be honest while writing this paper, it forced me to be honest with myself. being honest with myself has made me realize that i’ve been avoiding certain thoughts because i know that it hurts to think about them. the truth fucking hurts tbh. but i’m going to have to think about them in order to figure out what i truly want and if certain actions i take are key to my happiness and to a healthier mental and emotional state.@15 hours ago with 2 notes