a Civilized Way to Disagree

Psychology, Social Psychology

If you are not in the same path with others in one thing, if what they did hurt you deep in the heart, even if it really is something beyond forgiven in your faith.. Please disagree in a civilized way. For what my God taught me, hate the belief, not the believer. Condemn the actions, […]

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…on Friend and Friendship

Developmental Psychology, Psychology

“Books! And cleverness! There are more important things – friendship and bravery” – Hermione Granger Every Potterhead like me must have been dreaming about having friends and friendship like what Harry had in his journey, but our reality is different from Harry’s reality because we are living in this boring muggle’s universe. Friendship is carved […]

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I really am not OKAY

Clinical Psychology, Psychology

Happy Mother’s day for all the mother in this world, whether alive or passed away.. but.. I won’t write about mother’s day… I have been neglecting this blog for far too long, I wish I could make my work as an excuse, I wish I could say that I have nothing to write. Instead, I […]

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Mumbling #6 – Social Media

Psychology, Social Psychology

Do you know that social media is a social thing, not your own private stuff? I almost can’t stop my self from laughing every time I hear or read a defensive sentence such as “this is my account, I can do whatever I want with it, if you all feel uncomfortable, feel free to unfriend/unfollow/unshare […]

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Watching Gravity

Personality, Psychology

I always love watching movies. Any kind of movie (except animation, maybe). The last movie I saw was Gravity and it was amazing movie, no wonder it got many awards. Sandra Bullock did amazing job in that movie, although I keep admiring how George Clooney impressed me in only few scenes. Enough talking about the […]

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a Civilized Way to Disagree


Psychology, Social Psychology

If you are not in the same path with others in one thing, if what they did hurt you deep in the heart, even if it really is something beyond forgiven in your faith.. Please disagree in a civilized way. For what my God taught me, hate the belief, not the believer. Condemn the actions, […]

June 29, 2015

About losing someone


Fictions, Poetry

Today’s Prompt: Write about a loss: something (or someone) that was part of your life, and isn’t any more. Make today’s post the first in a three-post series. I was crying so hard when my sister joins me in our tiny living room. “What happened? Why are you crying so hard that your nose is red […]

April 9, 2015

The Forever Songs in My Life


..as a Blogger, Living Life

Do I really need to explain this? Every one loves Harry Potter! (Okay, it is an overgeneralizing, but I refuse to believe that there is a person out there who hates Harry) 😀 Just by hearing this melody could bring all the great memories of our adventure with the Boy Who Lived. I was in […]

April 8, 2015

Feels like Home


Fictions, Poetry

“Home is a name, a word, it is a strong one; stronger than magician ever spoke, or spirit ever answered to, in the strongest conjuration.” – Charles Dickens   My nostrils are dancing happily because of this sweet smell: the smell of a hot cup of coffee blend with cinnamon. I really love to taste […]

April 7, 2015

Unlocking my mind….in Garut


Travellove

Okay, I join The April Writing 101 in Blogging University (after I couldn’t complete it last year), hoping that I can complete it this year. Our first task is to write our stream of consciousness in 20 minutes. I had to put my phone in stopwatch mode in order to keep my mind on this […]

April 6, 2015

Chasing The Sun


..as a Friend, Living Life

Happy National Movie Day! I remember one Indonesia Movie that trigger my emotional memory. That movie is “Mengejar Matahari” (literally translated as Chasing the Sun). This movie is about 4 boys with an amazing friendship which is built through years since their childhood time. Their friendship is in danger when they grow up with one […]

March 30, 2015

…on Friend and Friendship


Developmental Psychology, Psychology

“Books! And cleverness! There are more important things – friendship and bravery” – Hermione Granger Every Potterhead like me must have been dreaming about having friends and friendship like what Harry had in his journey, but our reality is different from Harry’s reality because we are living in this boring muggle’s universe. Friendship is carved […]

March 26, 2015