Perceptions are such an odd thing, because research from Psychology and Neuroscience tells us that we assume many of our moments through our past interactions. I like to call it match making, we are assumptions on our experience through our past experiences. We have to be, to survive and communicate with others, so we have … Continue reading Perfect Perceptions
We all look out for what we believe confidence is and who holds it. We see the person laughing loudly and joking around, or the person leading the crowd. When the most confident person in the room is the one who has the most relaxed breathing pattern, they also hold the most powerful position in … Continue reading Do You Want to be Confident or Accepted? They Are Not The Same.
How do people with damage to certain parts of their brain, still manage to do things, when that part of their brain, which is deemed- language for example has been seriously impaired? Yet they are still talking, and with therapies almost unrecognisable, that there is a problem in that area? Your brain just simply picks … Continue reading The Magical Mind: Compensatory Neuro-Plasticity as Simple as Can Be.