How to Stop Having a Bigger Brain Than You Think
When I was a kid, I would listen to music by the Beatles and think, “Wow, that’s pretty damn good.”
Then I would imagine a giant, glowing, super-sized brain with a brain like that.
And I would think, wow, that must be the size of a basketball.
The thing is, I never did that.
The idea of a super-large brain was a fantasy, but it wasn’t an incorrect one.
It was just an odd one.
The only way I ever could have imagined that was if I’d been born in the mid-’80s.
This is how I think the brain is.
If you’re not born with it, you’re destined to get it, and you probably won’t.
I mean, you might end up being one of the very few people who can tell you how to fix it.
That’s what happens when you grow up.
I don’t want to be one of those people, so I don´t do it.
What I can do, though, is understand what a brain is, what makes a human brain tick, and how to harness its powers for good.
I have a couple of goals for this course.
First, I want to give you a better sense of what you can expect in the next few weeks.
If this sounds too ambitious, it might just be because I’m too busy working on it.
But I do want to show you what it takes to be a smart person, to be able to think critically and creatively, to make decisions, to think about the world, and to take care of yourself.
The next week, I’ll take you through a few of the more common problems that make you feel overwhelmed, like anxiety, depression, and anxiety disorders.
Second, I will explore some of the most common ways that people have been misunderstood by doctors, social workers, and therapists.
If anything is unclear or unclear to you, that´s OK.
There are so many good people on this planet who have made mistakes and are hurting people.
You can help others by learning from them, by trying to improve, by being a good human being, and by getting help when you need it.
In short, you should do whatever you can to make sure that you’re doing the right thing for yourself, your family, and your community.
And if you’re feeling stressed out, or anxious, or overwhelmed, or just want to find out more about your brain, you can find information about brain research at this link.