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Last edited: Tuesday, August 04, 2009
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Think positive thoughts to help nourish proper growth and stimulation. A mind really is a terrible thing to waste.

In studying human beings before one could conclude that humans are a very complex species. The mind does whatever is suggested by the brain; stimulation of intellect plays a major role in that concept.

As a fetus it grows and learns to respond to the mother’s voice and once it’s born the connection is there. As the fetus develops it adapts to the environment and becomes smaller versions of its parents.

Some would argue that each person is an individual, but your learned behavior is associated with how you are reared up as a fetus, infant, toddler, adolescent, teenager and then adult.

The saying he is just like his father is an indication that some of your father’s traits have been inherited by one. In some cases this is a good thing, in rare cases this can be misconstrue d if the parent in question is not someone to be compared to.

Makeup does not decide your fate or destiny in life, be mindful that most achieve or excel far beyond parents’ expectations. Let’s elaborate more on this:

The parents do not have a degree but work very hard to provide for the family. The children see this and decide to go to college to do better so they don’t have to work as hard. Most kids with two or single parents without formal education tend to go to school and get degrees and good jobs, but they tend to have only one or two children as they remember how the parents struggled to provide.

Some even decide against having kids. It’s not that they are selfish they just remember the struggle and want so much more for themselves.

The middle class same makeup but kids are a little more secure not so much struggle. They live in a comfort zone, which suggests college is a must to live. They go and live the same life as their parents nothing more just the same. They are complacent with their lifestyle and decide this is it.

The wells to do or rich has so much to offer and yet rarely are happy. The kids go to school of the parent’s choice, not their own and make it through just long enough to receive their trust fund or inheritance.

Three different classes of society and the goals to be attained differ in so many ways; an aspiration should be to always strive to do better than a predecessor in this case better than one’s parents.


 Goals are a timeline of expectations to be achieved in the near future. The pressure to get to those said timelines can create tremendous pressure which causes one to overload and feel like a failure when it is not achieved. Reasonable timelines with necessary adjustments made when needed allow for goals being achieved.

Parents stress about being able to care for their kids. Kids stress about meeting up to parents expectations of them. This is called performance anxiety. The need to do what is expected of one, not what I can actually do? Many times we suggest either by comparison or in expectation that one is not measuring up, when in fact one is doing its best just to stay afloat and survive.

The pressure can mount and cause the brain to function in a not so stable way. You worry, stress, more worry more stress until. The neurons are triggered; the brain gets that panic stimulation and sends out pulses that cause over exertion, anxiety, and panic attacks; in some instances seizures, strokes and heart attacks follow.

The blood flow is so rushed that the body does not know what’s going on, so it reacts in a way and starts to shut things down. These occurrences are not just designated to older individuals but occur quite often in young people’s even teens.

The brain needs to be fed the right information to maintain balance and help to keep the body functioning properly.

Brain food, sounds funny but is quite serious. What you give to your body is also given to the brain and it transcends in various ways. So read information that assists with your growth and nourish the mind. Build a great you. Remember you get out of life what you put in. A mind is a terrible thing to waste.


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