Well, not me. Not yet.
But I’ve handed in my bachelor thesis last week and the prof was like: “O, interesting, I didn’t expect such good results, if you are interested I’ll ask some people if we can present it at the national conference this year.”
Well that felt pretty great. We missed the deadlines for that conference and now we’re hoping that they take it in anyway, we’ll see. I didn’t want to tell anyone, so that I don’t jinx it, but I figured out that that’s not really the point.
The point was that a prof saw me as a colleague. Wow. To me that was amazing. The Bachelor-Master System is new in Germany and most of the time we (the bachelors) are seen like stupid school kids, who can not learn anything properly in such a short time. That’s been really pissing me off. Like when I ask something, the prof always say at one point or other: “O, yeah, you’re from the bachelors, I don’t really know if that’s going to work out…”
That was the first time in my life, where I saw “being a psychologist” as something that I’m about to do in the near future and not just some child dream…
PS. I’ve had some kind of media blackout during the writing time and that was amazing too. To see that I can go without Internet for a while, that I can not check my mails & co and being OK with it, it’s cool, you should try it for a while too. That’s why there’ll be no “sorry that I haven’t written for a while”, because I’m not sorry, I’m glad 😉 I’m also glad to be back again, but I have a lot of reading to do now…