Monthly Archives: May 2015

assignment surprises.

Reminiscing over my past year of Open University study, from October to now, I feel I have achieved a lot. I will never forget the first term. TMA01 was due for submission. Having looked at the assignment question, I then … Continue reading

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discovering my interest for academic literature.

Lately, people have been recommending books to me. If they’re not about psychology, they’re either about neurology, or stories and memoirs based around either of them. The first few books I read, were Dings by Lance Fogan, and Gifted Hands … Continue reading

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My review of the Skeleton Cupboard by Tanya Byron

All I can say, is that this book was filled with emotion. Behind every metaphoric door, lay the possibility of tears. Yes, I shed many, and felt huge empathy towards the characters. I also felt anger towards the supervisor at … Continue reading

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Almost the end of my first year of university.

Well. It’s almost the end of my first year of university. Who would have thought i would have made it this far? Who would have thought I’d ever get to university level? I never did. All those years ago, a … Continue reading

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Drama, emotion, do I show it?

Hello all. I have started reading The Skeleton Cupboard, by Professor Tanya Byron, which charters her years where she undertook her training, and lectures, in order to become a psychologist, as well as some of the many experiences both good … Continue reading

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The election.

Hello all. I strangely, am paying more attention to the politics than I ever have. I just witnessed the exit poles, and wow. I just hope the tories do not get in. Ever since I started my open university module … Continue reading

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final assignment pressures.

Hello all. The final assignment essay is upon me for this module. After 5 TMAs, (tutor marked Assignments) and an ICMA, (interactive computer marked assessment) which was inaccessible, I am now beginning my EMA, (end of module assessment.) I hope … Continue reading

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