Christopher Lopez

Fair Oaks, CA, United States

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Christopher Lopez
Posted about 3 years ago
Is it beneficial to prescribe medication to adults for psychological issues or not?
For some disorders I feel it would be beneficial for medications. There are times I know medications don't work. People are all allergic to many factors a little or allot. There comes a time where a person should just realize they have a problem and take life day by day. If someone is prescribed the right medication later in life they might have a good chance to feel what it is like to feel normal(not that they aren't normal already.) I call it a illness because if they don't take the medication, it could be life threatening...Its just a passing. I know it goes much deeper than that, but I am just looking towards the future. Now, if we are talking about symptoms of these illnesses. There should be less medication because these cost a bit and have a lot of chemicals. I first think people should just seek treatment from a therapist of some sort or read some self help books. There are a lot of information out there in the library or on the internet. There are people far worst than others and there are a lot of things going on in the brain. But can it be treatable with just some... i don't know. There must be better ways besides medicine because what happens after 30 years from now. Will we be okay?
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Christopher Lopez
Posted about 3 years ago
If somebody does not like college a little or at all, should they stop going and make room for the rest?
I just spoke my mind a bit. I try to make my questions as broad as possible not to put negativeness towards people. Its a TED community, You can be direct, honest, or show withdrawal in any of these topics on TED. I never thought somebody should stop going to school. If they are just taking a course for benefits to get ahead in life then ... why not. People make mistakes everywhere like not completing homework, partying in the dorm rooms, getting a free bus pass even. Ive seen a lot. They use the money the school gives them and does not show up to class. I personally don't associate with them, but it all comes in knowing somebody better. People abuse the right to go to school in so many ways. People youtube.com things saying they wasted so many years and thinking that school should of never happened. If everyone was in it for the money or some way to benefit the community or something else productive... then why not. All I am saying is that some should be allowed in collage and some not. I'll have another debate if there should be more classes taught in college... idk yet.
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Christopher Lopez
Posted about 3 years ago
Is History an important subject in school? Or should we be focusing on the future?
History creates value and shapes our life. We make better decisions at knowing what all have done it the past. From bad to good, we live in a better life knowing history. History is a difficult subject to learn with all the names, dates, and material being covered. History is nice to read about since everything deals with it like languages, art, or sports. I do not think we should keep history as a subject because it makes us...think differently. It is what it is. I wish I was more into it. I do focus on other subjects at the library. There should be better ways at being engaged in a history course like more projects! There should be more history courses.
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Christopher Lopez
Posted about 3 years ago
The richest people, bill gates, warren buffett are all introverts. What do you think makes introverts successful over extroverts in life?
After reading Susan Cains book and watching the video on youtube.com, i noticed and gathered many ideas. From what I can notice everyone is at least a little of both extrovert and introvert. I have faked being extrovert and it gets people places by networking and exploring new surroundings. Extroverts rush into too many things like tests as seen in college sometimes. From what I have read, we introverts think before we act and sometimes we can be very sensitive. These introverts who we are talking about here came out with ideas ahead of most people. From what I am trying to say is that Bill Gates and Warren Buffet are probably highly sensitive people. If they are not so sensitive, then maybe they just know what they want from being so old. It might sound wise to say that, but we do learn from our mistakes. They might of seen that others' mistakes and learned to get ahead.. People are addicted to many things. Aside of things, Warren Buffet is for the stock market and he knew how to get ahead by knowing more of what people love. Bill Gates is known to be "cool" because he must of known what people wanted for Microsoft to stand out the way it does. I do believe they are more careful with their money do to being affected with "reward sensation" in a way. They know how to plan, simple as that. If that is not the case either, I would love to read it. I just wonder how they made their decisions. Brainstorming does not work with groups of people trying to get a few ideas. Since you are not suppose to criticize any idea. Please comment or give me a book to read.