Documentary Review: The Three Identical Strangers

The other day I came across this really captivating documentary about identical triplets who were separated at birth and adopted by three different families. Their reunion blew everyone away because despite spending a significant amount of their lives apart they shared so many similarities from the brand of cigarettes they smoked to their mannerisms. However,…

Fyre Fraud & Psychopathy

This past week Hulu released their Fyre Fraud documentary. The documentary was about one of the biggest festival flops that happened back in 2017. While watching it the other day, the psychology major in me couldn’t help, but do a little psychological analysis with this review. The Fyre Festival was supposed to be this huge…

Grad School After a Gap Year

I haven’t really been blogging for a while because I made the decision to go back to school and pursue another degree. I was in a space where I didn’t quite know what direction I was going in as I discussed in my post grad depression blog post so I thought it would be better…

The Get Over It Tour

Last weekend, I went to Iyanla Vanzant’s “Get Over It” tour in Baltimore. I knew it was going to be good and I was absolutely sure that she would speak about things that would help me grow as a person. The ambience she created was essential for the topics she would be unpacking. I left…

The “Angry” Black Woman and the “Misunderstood” White Woman

Back in January, social media was in an uproar over comedian, Monique’s request for her fans/supporters to boycott streaming site, Netflix. Her request for a boycott against the streaming giant was in an effort to take a stand on the gender and race inequality that has been affecting her along with many other women of…