“Know thyself.

~ SOCRATES

As amazing as it was to discover that the brain’s ability to heal and change (plasticity) is a basic principle of all healthy brains, there are several more astounding findings that are key in getting to know yourself.

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Getting to Know You – Five Essentials About Your Brain

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  1. Awesome post, maybe you could detail steps (or maybe questions for those of us who are in therapy to help us guide our therapist in assisting us with this process) to do this a little more specifically (I figure they’ll probably be general as everyone will approach this differently). Thx

    • Thanks for the feedback and question, Drew. Yes, I have described a few steps in other posts, and am working on “Toxic Thinking” series at present and plan to discuss a few others in part three. Thanks again for commenting.

  2. You write amazingly well and I thank you for that.

    • Thank you, Steven, for your kind words and feedback. Really appreciate this! Thanks again for stopping by to comment!

  3. Thank you for this feed. You got some pure skills on analysing key terms about Neuroscience. Keep it up, it’s ace

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