PhD Life

Hi all! This post is really going to be me asking for suggestions from you guys. As you might know, I am a PhD student. What does a PhD student do? Mainly: -do research -go to classes -teach (most PhD students are either Teaching or Research Assistants) -write It does not look complicated and demanding... Continue Reading →

Stop Burdening Yourself with Unnecessary Ideals

It’s Okay If You’re Not Feeling Well-Mannered There’s a development related process in psychology. It takes place during our childhood. When we’re kids, we’re egocentric. Till the age of at least four to six. After that, we turn into social animals. Allocentric people. Egocentrism means that you give a damn about what’s happening right now... Continue Reading →

The Future Has Started Troubling Me

That’s Why I’m Switching Back To The NOW… This has no context with the post I’m writing. But since I liked the car’s pose… 😁 The future has become a monster for me. Every time I try to peek into it I come back burdened immensely than before. Thinking about anything that isn’t here and now... Continue Reading →

“Challenge Accepted”

   I’ve mentioned in my post about the movie Anon that the detectives appeared to be excited when they had to catch a killer not that easy to catch. This concept is very easy to be seen in the TV series Sherlock where Sherlock Holmes states and shows whenever he got the chance how excited... Continue Reading →

Biological insights about Stress

   Most of us encounter stressful situations daily and we all know how this makes us think and feel, but what are the biological implications? What is stress from a biological point of view?    “Living in stress is like living in survival mode – they’re one and the same thing. A stressful situation is... Continue Reading →

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