A Lighthouse

The day I got back before this semester started I was anxious. My roommate had graduated, so I was left to a room all to myself. Part of me was glad the dorm hadn’t transferred a new student into my room, I’d rather be alone than with someone new. At the same time, I know…

On Change

I apologize; it’s been a while since my last post. It’s been a crazy semester… took three psychology classes among other classes and learned a lot. I took Abnormal Psychology, which gave me a greater empathy for those with mental illness and encouraged me in my battle against anxiety (I don’t have a disorder, at…

Won’t You Be My Neighbor? Movie

Well, on a more positive note than my last post, I recently saw Won’t You Be My Neighbor. What a brilliantly moving movie. While I didn’t truly grow up with Mr. Rogers when he was around, my sister and I would often watch reruns of his episodes on PBS. Despite the lack of exciting visuals…

On Mental Health and Anxiety

I apologize for the lack of more INFP related posts as of late; this post kinda is but not quite. I am currently taking an Abnormal Psych class, and recently we were discussing the anxiety disorders, with PTSD, panic attacks, phobias, and OCD being some of them. It inspired me to reread one of my…

What Made Mission: Impossible – Fallout Perfect

Okay, I sincerely apologize once more for the lack of posts. And for posting a movie review and not something remotely related to personality or the usual things I post about. Last weeks of summer and first weeks of school were hectic. And apparently I had time to watch a movie and not post anything…

A Cluttered Mind

There’s a character in the Stormlight Archive series named┬áTaravangian who wakes up every morning with a different IQ (told I would still be thinking about the series weeks after reading it). Basically, he will have an average intelligence for most of the days with it varying slightly, but on rare occasions, he is incredibly stupid…

The Stormlight Archive by Brandon Sanderson (Books 1-3)

I’ve never done a book review here, and I feel like that’s probably a major injustice (as I am INFP and INFPs love books and INFPs love hearing about new books). So, I’ve read some of Brandon Sanderson’s books. I adore The Rithmatist, and I desperately need to reread his Reckoner’s series. After buying all…

Changes, Worries, Mini-Review of Coco, and Other Rambling Thoughts

I apologize profusely for not having written anything in a long while. It’s been a crazy end of the semester and beginning of summer. The semester was long, stressful, and an ending of several things that began at the beginning of the school year. Which, I find odd, as this past sophomore year of mine…

Sleeping at Last: Four

Kinda random post, also short, but one of my favorites bands is Sleeping at Last. They have been currently making songs about each of the nine Enneagram types. They just finished Four, which is one of the closest types to INFP (type 9 is also pretty close too). It’s a really good song, and it…

Fighting

I trust my emotions too much. As an INFP, with Fi and all my feelings and values I rely heavily on my emotions to make judgments about my surroundings and what decisions I should make. And, in general, it just feels good to wallow in emotion just for the sake of it. Pointless, maybe, but…

Banana Pancakes

I have very fond memories of my childhood. I feel as though I’m one of the few people who remembers a lot from my childhood and how I thought in those times from 2 to 10. I’m probably thinking too highly of myself. Those ages of my life are characterized by early mornings watching PBS…

The Hominess of Friends

It’d be cliche to note how much Friends is about how friends are like family. But it’s true. I finished Friends recently, and like always after finished a good movie or TV show, I can’t stop thinking about it. As a general statement, I loved Friends, probably more so than any other TV show or…