I'm a student by day, writer/editor/journalist/podcaster/actor/singer/dancer/boxer/occasional filmmaker/ludologist/Shaolin-monk-in-training by night. (I also slice, dice, AND make Julian fries!)
Currently wrapping up my undergrad studies at SUNY Oswego, where I'm studying Creative Writing with a minor in Cognitive Science.
I've been through a lot over the years, and while my situation isn't nearly as bad as others out there, I've become very well-acquainted with the anguish and frustration that comes with having to work something out in one's mind (a product of my Cog Sci minor…one of the best decisions I've ever made, to be honest…). But even though I've devoted part of my academic studies to understanding how the (specifically my) mind works, I still find it necessary for the occasional second opinion.
And I guess that's why I'm here. I always aim to improve myself, and am not afraid to admit that yeah, there are some things that I do/think/feel that are totally bass-ackwards that due to an obvious psychological bias I can't always determine on my own. So I'm hoping to find some help. As someone once told me, "pain is inevitable, suffering is optional." So hold me to that one, okay?