I couldn’t tell where I heard this from, nor could I recite it exactly, but it stuck so it means something.So here it goes: if you are completely happy with what you are doing , then you’ll be happy with yourself and in turn you’ll be at peace. Now, I really connect to this because I’ve struggled finding happiness. I have a lot of good in my life , however I still feel overcome by this sadness, this depression that I can’t pin point. I do know that I get really happy when I volunteer and help others at work . As I have volunteered at places all over my city , I have discovered my passion for wanting to help others. I also have come to realize I really enjoy neuropsychology which is what I am majoring in. I am going to earn a living as a Neuropsychologist and I will definitely love it. I want to have an impact and what better way to do that then this. I will impact and change the world by opening minds about psychological and neural disorders, spreading knowledge and creating awareness. Not only will patients be treated but I would give families a weight off their shoulders. In return , I hope that I make someones life a bit easier to allow them to help make a change in the world, to give them , both the patients and families, the ability to influence others and encourage them to share their stories.