Could an external locus of control be a contributing factor why individuals commit mass shootings? I have the terrible habit of blaming the world for my mishaps and problems. It’s easy to fall into self-pity than take responsibility. Unfortunately, I’m not the only one who does this. USCB Shooter’s Manifesto You’ve probably heard about the… Read More Where is Your Locus of Control?
I have many friends who are studying for their Masters and Ph.Ds. I admire them because they have a strong work ethic and are dedicated to achieving their career goals. The downsides to continuing to these active programs are the heavy workload, lack of sleep, and extracurricular activities the student has to do so they… Read More Academia and Mental Illness
Growing up, I found forests to be fascinating places. One of my favorite vacation spots in the world was Big Sur. Being in Big Sur felt like being in the watercolor illustrations in my children’s books that I read at the time. Seeing and smelling the flowers, trees, and the ocean was tranquil. I didn’t… Read More Shinrin Yoku, or Forest–Bathing
I apologize for not writing on a weekly basis as I usually do! It’s been a super busy week. On the bright side, I had bonding time with my family in Claremont and my friend from New York visited California. I had a great blog planned for this week, but I need to do more… Read More 15 Facts About Mental Health and Mental Disorders