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Jim Hawkins: ISFP

The Quintessential ISFP
As a kid, I love-love-loved Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel, “Treasure Island”. It was the perfect mix of adventure and intrigue, nobility and tragic failure for my ravenous appetite. 894 more words


This Lullaby (esp. Remy)

When I first read This Lullaby by Sarah Dessen for the first time, more than five years ago, I thought the main character, Remy Starr, was really tough and independent. 606 more words

Books & Reading

Strong Female Characters: Emma Swan

For those of you that don’t know, Emma Swan is the main character of ABC’s hit show, Once Upon a Time. The show revolves around a series of fairy tale characters are affected when a curse transports them into the human world with no idea about who they once were. 3,026 more words


The Riddler Character Analysis: A psychopath to be taken seriously

Time for another character analysis and this time is goes to another Bat-villain, The Riddler! Although he may be one of the better known Batman villains, he isn’t one of the more respected Bat-villains, but that shouldn’t be the case. 1,133 more words

Dc Comics

Strong Female Characters: Sarah Williams

For those of you that don’t know, Sarah Williams is the main character of the 1986 cult classic, Labyrinth. The film follows Sarah’s attempts to get her baby step-brother back from the evil Goblin King – played by David Bowie in a whirl of glitter-mullets and eyeliner – by solving his labyrinth, which is entirely populated by muppets. 1,822 more words


A Psychologist's Analysis of Harvey Specter

Season five of Suits premieres next week. A spoiler reported by E! Online reveals that Harvey Specter (portrayed by Gabriel Macht) will seek therapy. As a fan who is also a psychologist, I’ve been thinking about the kinds of issues Harvey might work on if he wants to improve his personal and professional relationships. 699 more words

Character Anaysis

Break Down The Walls- Asking Alexandria

Close your eyes and leave all your fears behind (it’s alright)
Close your eyes and follow me until the end

So if you’re hopeless
We can pick up the pieces… 322 more words

Character Analysis