But keep in mind that not all illnesses or disabilities are visible. Sometimes, leaving someone alone is the best way to make their day a little better. Continue reading Breaking the Silence: Invisible Illnesses Pt. 2: Discrimination
If they are ignored, they will either up their game or go away. They are human. Eventually, their fixation will die or they will be drowned out. Continue reading Breaking the Silence: The Psychology Behind Trolls
In the end, all you can do is bite the bullet and try to adjust. Let it be known now that if it really gets to you, there is no shame in quitting. Continue reading Homesickness
For those of you wondering, having a diagnosis on paper does help. It’s written proof and can set you up for any helps you need in the future (like our school’s Learning Accomodation Services). You’re not stupid for self-diagnosing, I promise. It’s often the first step to seeking proper treatment. Continue reading Self-Diagnosis Stigma
It’s the time of year for candy, flowers, and cards that prove your affection to your one true love or one-time date Continue reading Be Mine: The Psychology Behind Stalking
Have you ever had someone whisper in your ear? It always comes with a tingling sensation in your brain, running down your body. While whispering isn’t the cause of this feeling, there is something going on that triggers the tingling. It’s some- thing we tend not to notice but the sensation is low-grade and euphoric, similar to a static-like sensation. It can’t be bad, so what is it exactly? Continue reading Whispers In My Ear: What Is ASMR?