As a member of Gen Z, I'm accustomed to receiving blame for advancing the world's identity crisis regarding race, gender, sexuality, politics—you name it. Join me as I delve into concepts of identity, self-worth and acceptance.
Six months short of our 2nd pandemicversary, Jamaica's entanglement with COVID continues. With her besties being tight curfews and lockdowns--will she ever be free?
Should toxic family members be kicked to the curb? Or should we just accept their behaviors just because they're family? Let's talk about it.
After the mess that was 2020, what will 2021 be? While this is uncertain, making a strategic, realistic and mindful New Years Resolution will certainly assist in navigating the tough road ahead.
Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah & Happy Holidays! For my last post of 2020, I decided to wrap-up with one of my most requested and popular topics—relationships! Romance is a topic that enthrals us all. From movies, novels, tv-shows, and regular conversations—romance is a key aspect of human existence that consumes (almost) everyone. A popular phrase … Continue reading Looking for the right person, when you’re the wrong one.
Welcome back, readers! With the positive feedback from Part I, I was elated to finish our venture into Forensic Psychology and its unbeknownst applications to Jamaica’s legal system. For this post, I will discuss (1) offender-profiling, (2) offender labelling, and (3) victim-offender mediation. If you haven't read Part I of this two-part series, click here. … Continue reading Applying Forensic Psychology to Jamaica: Part II
Caribbean Psychology has sought to uncover the mysteries of the Afro-Caribbean national’s cognitive processes, by looking at history. It’s discovered that slavery has left us with a plethora of ills: social, economic, psychological, spiritual—you name it. With crime being one of these issues, could Forensic Psychology be the cure or just a band-aid?
To trust the process isn't an easy task and quite frankly, I just learnt how to. Here is how I did it...
Image credit: Pinterest , Saved by Rachel Gregory In 2018, Sherine Virgo enrolled her daughter at the Kensington Primary School located in Greater Portmore, St. Catherine. By now, you have already heard and/or read about this case, so I won't delve too much into the details. But for those who do not know, Mrs. Virgo … Continue reading Are Jamaican schools Traditional or just Racist, Prejudiced and Bigoted?
We've all had a good conversation going, only to have the other person disappear without a trace...Ghosting sucks! But, what is it?