You will see psychology stuff in this page and probably of education. Hurray for Psychology and Education! :D... and MATH. I love math. :3
When you have the feeling that the Universe is against you, ask yourself. Maybe you’re doing something wrong with your life.
It started out as an extra subject. I felt so “vacant” with my 21-unit semester that I looked for courses that involve social sciences or social studies for that matter which are not included in my checklist. I had always wanted to enter a social studies class feeling that it can be a help to better understand my major Psychology. Then I saw “Building Bridges in the Social Studies Discipline” Code 514 Time MWF 8:30-9:30 Teacher Domer Macanang. I asked Sir Herbert if I could handle it, if I would have a disadvantage since I have not taken up any social studies courses in the previous semesters – he said I can do it. So I made one of my greatest decisions in the School year 2012-2013 of my Second semester: I enrolled it. I know what I did but I honestly never knew what is going to come. I didn’t know what’s behind that door, what was waiting, who were the people inside, what am I going to go through. Then I realized, “it’s not on what’s going to happen that is going to give me hell, it’s on what I’m willing to do and give to that mystery that’s going to make it one”. I decided this, so I’d better stand for it.And so I waited ‘till that day –November 5, 2012
Ever heard the phrase “take the backseat for a while” when people talk about getting things done? Well here’s a couple more car positions of that nature.
- The back seat right window:
You’re the curious one who has taken it upon yourself to follow the steps of your mentor, the driver. You clearly see the facial expressions and decision making of the one controlling the vehicle, however you get distracted by the window next to you, often forgetting that you are trying to reach a certain destination.
- The left window seat:
You’re the guy that doesn’t care about drive. You have only a slight idea of where you’re going, and until you get there you’re going to sleep. With your mouth open.
- The middle backseat:
You’re the unfortunate soul who gets squished between hairy-legged-day-dreamer on the right, and overweight actual dreamer on the left. You’re anxious to get to the destination. You’re trying to point out directions for the driver but the air conditioner is making it hard to be heard. You secretly hate the person in the passengers seat. You’re ready to have more control of the route but you unfortunately just can’t during this drive.
- The passenger:
You called shotgun before everyone even got within 100 feet of the car. You aren’t 100 percent clear on the directions for the road trip, but you know sitting in that seat makes it seem like you’re practically co-captain. You’re extremely excited about where you’re going, but even more so, you’re enjoying the drive and how it feels to be the one who gets a full view of the ride but puts in mediocre work.
- The driver:
You’re the multi-tasker. In most situations, like this, you put yourself to all the work. You knew if you didn’t drive, the five of you would all end up in a different state, dead, or both. You keep yourself alert with not only the traffic, but with planning what you have to do when you reach the destination. You consider yourself the only captain of the ride. You do this resiliently.