I attend college for various reasons; college education is important to me because I want to become an educated person, develop a career, increase my personal satisfaction, to meet new people and experience the culture. My interest in psychology led me to a quote by Abraham Lincoln, “I am not bound to succeed, but I am bound to live up to what light I have." This inspires my passion for psychology because I want to help other people be the best they can be. Also, receiving a college education will make my husband and family proud. First of all, I would love to be an educated person because I want to learn about the world around me. One of my friends who studies chemistry told me that green tea reduces a stomach infection. Like that example, I want to have knowledge about psychology. I want to learn in depth about one subject and contribute to society. One day I might discover something new in psychology. Before I came to America, I worked at pharmacy for three years. I had many patients who had psychological problems. I was really curious about the illnesses: why do they have dysthymia, paranoia, schizoid or panic attacks. I would love to research about their reasons and find a solution besides the medication. For the future, I can be an educated mother. I want to be aware of everything about my kids. Help them for social life, school, and religious things. Secondly, developing my career is a really important thing in my life. I want to able to help people through my profession as a psychologist. When I came to the United States, I was alone. My husband was so busy and I did not have friends. I stayed at home for a long time and I felt depressed. I ate too much, slept hours and hours, and gained too much weight. If a professional helped me I might not have those problems. Also, I would love to have a well-paid profession. Having a good career brings you so many opportunities in your life. That is why I am taking psychology classes to be a valuable...
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