Over the coarse of the semester I have learned to love the field of psychology. Being able to understand people and why they act and do the things they do has been something that has always interested me, and has been stimulated continually throughout this coarse. I think the most memorable "topic" discussed throughout the semester to me was the section on child development, and relationships. I realize now that a lot of who someone is today, is a direct reflection of the way they were raised. I am able to meet a person and after a little bit of getting to know them, feel like I have a good understanding of the way they were raised and the effects their early life had on them. The reason why I think this will be the most memorable to me is because one of my top goals in life is to start a family with a woman that I love, and to raise children and give them the best life experience possible. I know that raising children is not an easy task, but I feel that with my knowledge of psychology, as well as my overall understanding of how relationships work, I should be able to be the best husband and father that I can possibly be. I want to be able to die happy someday, looking back at life with a grin of satisfaction, knowing that I raised wonderful children, and spent my life with the woman of my dreams. And if nothing else good happens in my life, I will still be satisfied knowing I lived a life full of love. These topics were the most relavant to my life goals and is why I truly believe they are ones that I will never forget.
What matters most.
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