Choosing a major in college can either be very easy or very difficult depending if you have an idea of what you want to do when you graduate or not. Usually in high school you start to figure out subjects you love and subjects you can’t stand, so that is definitely the first step. Then when in college, you eventually find out what your passion is, and sometimes you figure it out before your Freshman year. Other times, it can be like a trial and error process in which you take a class or two of a major you think you might want to pursue, and if you don’t like it you withdraw and move onto the next one. Originally, I went into college declared as a Communications major, and didn’t like it too much. Next, I decided I wanted to go into marketing, but then I quickly remembered that I hate all types of math. So then I sat there and thought what I was going to do with my life. I noticed that I loved the Psychology course I took in High School, and also the Psychology course I took my first semester of college. I also noticed how interested I was in those classes and also how I got A’s in them. So I decided that I would pursue Psychology as a major, which I do not regret one bit. I absolutely love it, and can’t wait to get my degree so I can be a counselor and help people.