I took Psychology as optional subjects in college and it's been great so far if we don't talk about the horrible homework and assignment work that kept me awake at nights. But that's another story I'd want to blog about some other day and for right now, I've a glorious tale to put online because putting my life on Internet is a part of my living.
My psychology's teacher is a psychologist and she does all psychological sessions and positive talk that help people understanding their problems and stuff. Me and my friend talked about doing one in our college too because first, it's a girls college and all young girls need advice and tips even they think they don't. Second, WOULDN'T IT BE FUN DOING THE POSITIVE AND MOTIVATIONAL TALK? And knowing there would be real humans listening to me and every frigging word that I'd say kinda excited me. My teacher was kind enough to agree with us and arrange a little session for us. And that's how we did our own speaking session about Personality Development.
Our topic might have sounded so serious as it contains 2 LENGTHY WORDS but everything was so simple and pretty interesting. I talked about stuff I thought I needed to hear when I was going through drama in high school. So I chose to talk on getting to know yourself, finding what you love, inspiration, getting out of comfort zone, meeting new people and being your own hero and stuff. There's this simple thing basically I wanted let everyone know that if you can be your own hero and save yourself, then why not.
And my MOST FAVORITE part in all this was about discussing how to kick comfort zone's ass and getting out of it. I once read a quote "Do one thing everyday that scares you" It's perfect for fighting yourself and coming out of your comfort zone and do things that you're afraid of, so I had added this quote in my points. I tried my best to just be 17 and talk to the listeners as they're my friends and we're just doing normal talk because most of the girls were from my classes and I knew them. I just had one thing in my mind that if my words and experience can change someone's life, then why the heck not talk and make somebody's life easy.
This is the quote my friend wrote and I told everyone about my favorite poem that changed my life. It's from Erin Hanson,
There's freedom waiting for you,
On the breezes of the sky,
And you ask, "What if I fall?"
Oh but my darling, what if you fly?
We talked much more than I planned to. Everyone was talking about their own experiences and it was another kind of experience listening to other's life events and what they go through and what's their problems and stories. Every girl had a different story and something to share. I'm so darn sure that all this little motivational session gave something to each and every person who was there, even to me. I can count that day as one of those days that changed a little part of me and give me something to keep. And in short, IT WAS FUN THATS WHY I AM TYPING IN CAPS. Love y'al!!