My Father David

I excitedly sat in my Abnormal Psychology class at Baruch as my professor explained our new assignment. I am giving you all a questionnaire to fill out based on your interests and personalities. Once I have analyzed them, I am assigning you a personalized book to read based on your answers. Before even exploring the worldContinue reading “My Father David”

Life As An INFP-Part I

I always knew I was different. From a very young age I felt deeply, I noticed beauty in a person, a flower, a hug. I was tentative with my relationships while I waited…I watched …I observed. I took it all in and was extremely reflective, while taking in the big picture of every situation. IfContinue reading “Life As An INFP-Part I”

March 2020 (Change)

Some moments or days, I wake up feeling sad or empty. I think of what we have lost and not knowing when it will end. Is it days, weeks, months, or years? Time lost that will never be recovered. Time that we no longer have the luxury of losing. Time that we have earned toContinue reading “March 2020 (Change)”