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Tutor profile: Matthew S.

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Matthew S.
Online Tutor for over a year for Brigham Young University
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Subject: Writing

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What difference can I make with writing?

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Writing sometimes is equated to procrastinating a 5-page paper until the last day and working under pressure to get the paper in before midnight. When writing is only seen as fulfilling class requirements, that is only half the story. Writing can evolve into sharing what is in the deepest parts of your heart in a coherent, dynamic way. In a future career, writing can go from a 5-page paper deadline to writing professional emails, writing articles that can bless the lives of other people, telling a family member you love them, and so many other ways that can leave a lasting impact.

Subject: Personal Finance

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How can learning more about personal fiance be influential?

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Personal finance is a wide ranging topic that can range from what I heard my parents say to what I saw on social media one time. However, learning the intricacies of personal fiance can lead students to start a retirement account TODAY, create a sound budget to implement TODAY, and not feel so stressed about money. Stress about money can come from not knowing a lot about personal finance; learn more about finance today to lessen your financial stress.

Subject: Psychology

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What makes psychology important?

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Studying individuals can help researchers, clinicians, and others know how to help. Sometimes behavior might seem like, "Oh, [he or she] is just angry right now." When really, he or she could be experiencing something that not just a therapist but a friend can also help with because of psychological knowledge. Psychology can help researchers and clinicians help others, but psychology can also help those that don't research or do therapy help others as well. Psychology can lead to greater empathy, or understanding where someone is coming form, that can, as Brene Brown says, fuel connection.

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