Monday, September 21, 2015

Another lovely surprise, and one that could potentially be good.

Today, I received an email, from a neuropsychologist, explaining a lot more than anyone has. Yes, it will be hard, but I do not care. I am determined to get into neuropsychology or neurorehabilitation. There will be barriers, they must be broken. I have no sight, but so what? There are things in life we must fight for, and my career, is one of them. I do not want to be another person to add to statistics. Another person without sight, who is on benefits, and job seekers. No way! I would like a job, one in the NHS! To be a psychologist, or specialise in neurorehabilitation. A job that will earn me money. Most of all, one that I enjoy, and that will be useful to others. I wish to hear the joy in other peoples' voices, when they achieve. To encourage, and to support. I will struggle, will find the mountain hard to climb, but when I get to the summit, it will all be worth it in the end.

Sunday, September 13, 2015

so my second year begins

Although my second year of University doesn't officially begin until October 3rd, I'm already beginning too get stuck into the module. I've already completed week one, and have made notes on the material. I have also saved the glossary for offline reference, should I need it. One thing is for certain, this module is going to be far better than the other one. I won't have to, metaphorically, be constantly obsessed with city Road, and consumer advertising. There is on this module, a lot more about the brain, etc, which I am looking forward too.