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Welcome! Most of my writings are about my hobbies, which include learning languages, practicing calligraphy, being interested in psychology, and studying law. The languages that are of interest consist of French, and Japanese. I hope to add German and Spanish later this year! Calligraphy is a beautiful method of art expression. I have a Bachelors of Science in Psychology so many of my writings are about my specialization in psychology: Procrastination and Productivity! Currently, I am in my final semester as a student in a post-bachelorate ABA approved Paralegal Certificate program. As a result, a few of my writings are how to interpret case law, and case summaries.

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    History of Abnormal Psychology

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    The Family "Factory": Virginia Satir's Family Roles

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    The Unconscious and Archetypes by Carl Jung

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    The Eight Aspects of Personality

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    Psychoticism, Extraversion, Neuroticism

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    How to Create A Fake Facebook Account

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