Habits, Brain Changes & Brain Aging
Why your brain resists change
and how you can make it do what’s good for it – Part I
© Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
from the Brain-Based Series
Collaboration with Jodie’s Touch of Style
“A mind equipped with a wide range of
previously formed pattern recognition devices
can withstand the effects of neuroerosion
for a long time.”
About the Brain that Changes Itself
It took science a long time to agree that an old idea was not only obsolete, but completely WRONG.
Until 1970, it was generally believed that the brain might as well be carved in stone after a certain childhood window of a great deal of change.
What is practically universally accepted these days is that our brains change and grow throughout our lives.
In fact, learning…
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