Currently pursuing my graduation from Delhi University, I am currently amazed by the diversity the university provides for us to deal with. Hence, there are so many stories to listen to and learn about from various cultures. The more you listen, the more you learn and the more you learn the more knowledge you get to impart. This is what I believe in.
My interest in psychology began during my first encounter with psychology during school. The more I read the more my interest developed regarding the human behaviour and how it works; what triggers certain emotions and what can be done to make a person feel better. I concluded that listening and observing were the key features that needed to be present in any person who is even slightly interested in psychology.
As I studied more about the field I learnt that listening solves half the problem, and that it is way more important than advising. Therefore, I focus on what the other person is telling me, especially if they are confiding in me, so that I can get to the root of the problem.
Trust, which is the very first and important factor for someone who needs to be heard, is something I can guarantee. It is extremely difficult to trust someone you barely know, but if we look at it in another way, we realise that the person who would barely know us, would barely judge us. Therefore, you can be yourself with all that you feel and you won't be judged at all.