I’m still alive, but very busy. Lectures at university started again – not that I had a lot of free time during the “break”. I attended an extracurricular class in zoology and passed the exam for that, and I didn’t pass the second attempt of physics because I was just too burned out and my brain didn’t cooperate at all. As a result, I opted out of taking maths again.
Currently, I’m writing a report on the field trip I took in February; the text is as good as done, but I still have to put in pictures and so on.
Then, of course, I got married and had a lot of family drama going down the day before the wedding, all of which deserves a dedicated post.
Finally, my therapist invited me to join a class for psychology students next week – as a “living exhibit”. They’ll present my data, including the clinical tests I took (the results of which I’ve never been told), and I’ll be there to answer questions. Bring the person to life, I guess, because according to my therapist, most of these students have no real idea of what it is like to be depressed and what it is like to undergo CBASP therapy. Besides the scientific data, I can provide insight into all of that. Strangely enough, I’m looking forward to this.