Our brains are deterministic and unpredictable — like the weather.

TL;DR:

  • We can be predicted in certain scenarios, but our minds are also random
  • As a baby, our brains work hard to connect neurons. To help development, they need more input and better quality input — eye contact is major here.
  • As a teen, your brain starts to prune heavily. It want’s more experiences (more risks) and analyses them (anxiety). It is…

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