You are fucking kidding me
aww its a cute gif of a shark trying to bite but his mouth’s too smAHHHHWHAT THE FUCK IS THAT SHIT OH MY GOD STOP NO STOP STOP STOP
if anybody is interested in being even more scared: these motherfuckers have been found in most oceans around the world and have existed for over 30 million years
The deep ocean is as close to hell as it gets man, this things a fucking nightmare
Anonymous said: Hi Sharee! I have a question about being a school psychologist. Do they work directly with the kids or is it sort of behind the scenes stuff? I never knew school psychologists even existed and only ever spoke to a guidance counselor. Are they always present in the school and do they get to spend time with kids or no? It's something I might consider as a job but I'd like to work directly with kids
School psychs are the gate way to special education.
You evaluate the kids and determine if they qualify to receive special education or not. You work one-on-one while doing the evaluations. Evaluation typically consists of an academic assessment, IQ assessment, behavioral/classroom observations, parent/teacher interviews, and an social/emotional assessment.
Some school psychs also double as the school counselor role so you can hold groups for children any variety of needs.
You also help the team (made up of various other roles in the school like the speech pathologist or the counselor) and if the child qualifies for special education you will help create the students IEP (individual education plan)
You work with children while conducting the evaluation and you can also help with behavioral issues in the classroom by working with the teachers but you’re not in contact with them as much as a para-educator or a teacher.
It’s a lot of paperwork and report writing and working with adults involved with the kids in the school.
Anonymous said: Why did you choose school psychology? (Versus clinical, research, etc.) Going into my senior year in psych and trying to decide where I'm going to go after is miserable!
I have been an Applied Behavioral Analysis tutor for 7 years now. Working with children on different ends of the autism spectrum, I was going to get an masters in Applied Behavioral Analysis, but that route is limited and I have a heart for more than just behavioral issues with children, so I broadened my scope and fell in love with school psychology.
Plus the perks are nice. I get to be an advocate for children and their education, paid summers off, all major holidays off and paid, opportunities for private practice, student loans waived if you commit to a low SES district, school psychologist is one the most in demand jobs ( job security!)
I didn’t go clinical because that doesn’t interest me. Either does psychiatry. My heart is with school psychology.
Anonymous said: are you interested in getting your ph.d? it sounds like you have a great work ethic!
Awww thank you 8)
I’m actually only a year away from my Psy.D (my masters program was an Ed.S degree) so I’m thinking of going that route. I like the more applied approach to a Doctoral degree over the research approach.
Anonymous said: I forgot which one of you said they read the 5 love languages... Well I'm reading it and realized my SO's love language is probably physical touch... Well he's in boot camp and goes to school after and probably soon is deployed.... It scares me that since his language is physical touch and I won't be there to do so he'll take it rather hard and look for it in someone else...
It was Jocelyn I believe who has read the book. I’m familiar with it as well. B and I both are physical touch when it comes to our love language. We always have to be holding hands or near each other. So when he deployed it was hard not physically being with each other. But you make it work. It forces you to learn other ways to communicate your feelings and love. I promised him I would write him an email every day until he came home, and I did. Along with a picture of me and a love quote. I sent a bunch of care packages, I made him a blanket and sprayed my perfume on it. I texted him all day, even though he couldn’t get the texts, it just made me feel like I was talking to him. We had FaceTime dates and I sent him sexy videos. You are basically building up that anticipation for the day that you run to each other in the airport, you see him there in front of you with your own eyes, not through a screen. You hold them close like they aren’t real, and that first kiss…… It’s like your first time all over again. I will never forget that moment as long as I live. You will get through don’t worry!
Anonymous said: I'm a terrible girlfriend :( a guy friend came over and he stayed the night(we slept in different rooms) but when he left this morning I was asleep on the couch and he told me bye and then he kissed me..I didn't kiss him back but I still feel awful. My so is deployed and I shouldn't have even been hanging out with another guy :(
I don’t think hanging out with another guy is a problem, but I know something like that is a decision or topic you and your S/O should agree/talk about. I know Christina and I wouldn’t have a problem having a female friend over, but the kiss would be a problem. I don’t think you’re a terrible girlfriend, but you should let your S/O know about him kissing you if you believe that’s something he should be aware of. I say that only because no matter what is right or wrong, we all know things we would or wouldn’t tell our S/O.
Anonymous said: I feel beautiful when I have no makeup and my hair is in a messy bun, and I'm in sweats and my Husband's shirt.
LOVE IT! This is me, but when I’m in spandex shorts & Xtina’s hockey jersey :3