Everyone Needs A Therapist

Scholarship Entrant: Namrata from Champaign, IL
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
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Everyone has problems. Everyone has big problems, no matter how they may compare relatively to the problems of other people. I like helping people solve problems. I used to think this meant telling people what to do or explaining to them why I’m right. But I’ve learned that sometimes, you just need someone to help you figure out what’s right for yourself. Often times, what’s right for my friends isn’t identical to what’s right for me. And that’s okay. I’d love to spend my life helping others find out what’s going to keep them healthy, happy and motivated to own their life and enjoy every minute of it. It took me a long time to figure out how to live my life full and well, and maybe I haven’t even figured it out all just quite yet but I think it’s the best goal to have for myself, and everyone around me. Through a variety of majors, life goals and career plans, I’ve realized clinical therapy is where my heart has always lied and my mind has always been. While there’s a severe deficit of food, finances, aircraft safety, morals, and development in this world, I think even the most developed of societies still experience a severe deficit of happiness, and the knowledge behind how to obtain it. This is how I intend to change the world, one happy mind at a time.

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