#136 Interview with Felicia/LunarScorpio CT member on FP and owner of Familial Ramblings

Written on:July 28, 2012
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Note: We have interviewed Felicia before, you can read it here.

Interview with Felicia/LunarScorpio

A interview with Felicia, online known by the name of LunarScorpio. A 24 year old female from the USA. She has many interests, some of those are blogging, watching movies, foruming, helping people out with family problems and relations as a counselor.
She also owns the blog named Familial Ramblings and works on FP as a community team member.

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(1Max Pen: Could you tell us a bit more about yourself so the readers know who you are?
Felicia: Hi Max, thanks for taking the time to interview me. I am a twenty-four year old female residing in the state of Pennsylvania. I’ve been married for a little over two years now to my husband whom I actually met in an online chatroom. We’ve been together for over six years and I honestly couldn’t be happier. I have my bachelor’s degree in Clinical/Counseling psychology and I am currently in graduate school, studying Couples, Marriage and Family therapy, which I am loving. In my free time I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, chatting online, reading, writing, and watching movies. I also own a blog called Familial Ramblings, which looks at the many aspects of family and relationships.

(2Max Pen: What exactly triggered your interest into knowing how the human mind works, human emotions, and all that physical stuff?
Felicia: I’ve always been interested in the human mind, what people are thinking and feeling especially. When I was younger, I always wished that I could read people’s minds like in the movies and on television. I really became interested in psychology around the age of eleven through my cousin who, at the time, was studying psychology in college. I had never known that there was a career path that allowed you to talk to people about what’s going on in their minds and with their emotions. I’ve always had a strong desire to help others and from that moment on, I knew it was the career I wanted.

(3Max Pen: How long did it took you from that trigger point to get really into it as a thing to study for? What did you try to read/do in the meantime about that interest?
Felicia: Well, like I said, I was eleven when I first really learned about the career of psychology, so I had quite a few years before I actually started studying it. In the meantime, I would read online articles and watch programs on psychology and human behavior. I was around the age of sixteen or seventeen, in my junior and senior year of high school, when I really got the chance to start taking classes on the subject and I couldn’t get enough of it. I wanted to learn what made people tick and how I could go about helping them.

(4Max Pen: What are in your opinion the 5 most common cases by which a relation breaks up between a couple and a son or daughter of a father/mother?
Felicia: This is a tough question because there are so many reasons one would break up with their significant other or that a relationship would be torn between a brother and sister, mother and father, etc. I really can’t say what the five most common reasons are because there really aren’t, in my opinion, a set of five most common cases in which relationships break a part. I could name maybe two that would more than likely fall in the shuffle, but other than that, it generally really varies.

One reason people’s relationships fail, from what I’ve encountered, is that they simple grow distant from one another. They don’t have anything in common with one another or their priorities in life have changed over time for example. The other reason may be because of trust issues within the relationship. One person does something to the other or to the family—such as cheating on a spouse—which breaks trust in the relationship. Other than those two scenarios, like I said, it’s really difficult to pick out common cases.

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#135 Interview with Mikey a programmer and works for IPS as a Client Support Agent

Written on:July 23, 2012
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A interview with Mikey employe for IPS as Client Support Agent, hobby programmer/webmaster. Owner of Off Topic Hut and The Geek District.

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