Category Archives: grad school

High Price for Vocation

I’m approxiamately 2 weeks away from submitting my application for entrance to the Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist. I’m waiting to set up a time with my Spiritual Director to review it and get the physical exam done … Continue reading

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Life so Far

Classes are done for the summer, back in May, actually. Since then I have looked and looked for a job. I finally was employed at the end of June at two retail stores. However, sales are so low and business … Continue reading

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Life After Midterms

Three out of four projects done isn’t too bad. It’s been emotionally exhausting and I can barely think, at least not critically. To illustrate, I’m usually the life of Bible study, but not tonight. But God knows me all too … Continue reading

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Midterms

Next Tuesday I have a midterm exam that will give a case vingette and I will have to apply: social systems theory ecological perspectives theory psychoanalytic theory ego psychology object relations theory attachment theory I am well versed in attachment … Continue reading

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Please be patient with me. I’m so busy that I can only write at one blog site, so once I finish the one I’m working on, I’ll post it here. I think I might actually like this research paper I … Continue reading

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