January 15, 2007
Here are some of the things I appreciated after taking up Physiological Psychology:
1. I get to see the error in my ways of looking at things. I should have been more oc in looking at them.
2. I appreciate my brain even more. In fact, I think I'm in-love with it.
3. I get to watch House without getting confused with all the medical and neurological stuffs they got there going. (hoorah!)
I don't mind the fascination of most people in the world of Grey's Anatomy, I'm much more concerned now in how sarcasm and pure wit can be so much fun to watch!
Dr. House is a diagnostic doctor who is innately stubborn and is devoid of bedside manners. You can either love or hate him for that, but his personality is what makes him a great doctor. He doesn't care about the rules, as long as the patient gets better and hell he cares. With his team of brilliant doctors (who can't get enough of his sarcasm, kidding), they try to untangle the neurons and go through the mystic world of our anatomy and beyond to get a patient better.
A cross-breed of C.S.I. and a medical show, you will be fascinated in how health care system works in the US, and how valuable life is there for them. It showcases some cases that show that people are really humans: they lie, they are vulnerable, and they are capable of all sorts of things and emotions.
I share the same sentiment with House, "people lie". And I suffer with him for the reason that it is sometimes hard to open up because you can get hurt, and it is hard.
Try watching it once. Maybe in the process you'll find Dr. House sexy like I did. ;p