Whatever relationship one choses to be in shouldn’t concern anybody else except the participating parties. Same goes for polyamory.
When the world seems to be filled with nothing but disappointment and life doesn’t seem exactly exciting anymore, it’s important to remember that there is always somebody willing to help. Psychological Services at PCC wants students to know that seeking support is not something to be ashamed of, but is an admirable step.
You constantly fight about the smallest things. You feel suffocated and controlled, but you can’t get out. You are blamed for everything. You feel like you can never get a word in. These are just a few examples of the warning signs of an unhealthy relationship that PCC’s Psychological Services is here to help students with.
Most students grow up hearing the metaphor of “the birds and the bees” and listening to brief, and often frightening lectures on sex education. Sexuality is a much deeper concept than likening it to sex itself, however. Gender identity, sexual orientation and thorough anatomy lessons are aspects of sexuality that are glossed over in middle school and sometimes high school sex education classes. Human Sexuality, the appropriately titled Psychology 25 class, discusses such topics that students may have missed out on previously. Taught only by …
Destined to last forever, or destined to bite the dust?
The test of time is no longer the only way to figure out if your significant other is the one for you. Facebook recently released information claiming that they can accurately predict how long a “Facebook official” relationship will last.