• Neuroscience: Understanding Emotions, Resilience, and Intelligence

  • By: John Feisel
  • Narrated by: Kevin Tromp
  • Length: 4 hrs and 35 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (100 ratings)

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By: John Feisel
Narrated by: Kevin Tromp
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Hallucinations - you are seeing and hearing things that aren't there, but did you know those aren't the only two kinds? Hallucinations can stem from any one of the five senses. You can smell something that isn't there, taste something you haven't eaten in months, or feel something that just isn't there. Learn even more about hallucinations, including natural treatments and ways to care for those who have them by listening to this book.

Emotional resilience. What is it? Is it good or bad? How can I get it and make it stronger? Can anyone have emotional resilience? Does it affect kids differently? Find your answers here.

Bulimia, where girls eat a lot and then go puke it up, so they can stay skinny, right? Not quite. In reality, the truth is much more complicated. Bulimia is an emotional eating disorder, usually due to low self-esteem stemming from being/thinking they're overweight. Learn the truth and clear away the lies surrounding this dangerous disorder.

Brain cancers are some of the worst cancers out there. They're something that we wish we could wish away into nonexistence. Unfortunately, we can't. What we can do is learn to watch for the signs and about natural treatments.

©2019 John Feisel (P)2020 John Feisel

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I think the emotional intelligence facts, the neuroscientific facts, and a lot of other things in this book were well explained. You can learn more about your brain, about the way others think, and a lot more.

The narrator? Yeah, liked it too. Wasn't a bad one.

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Niceness!

This is good stuff! I learned so much without actually having to open up a college book about the neuroscience topic.

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I can recommend this book with all my soul. Okay, that was a little heavy. So let's take it down a notch. I recommend this and I liked it. There. What did I like? Well, all that stuff about the brain. I don't have a whole lot to say about it. That's it. If you want to know everything about it, why don't you just read the description or... I don't know.... just buy the book?

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I liked it

No criticism, no real complaints, I just liked it. Is that okay, if I just write that down here? Thanks. 4 stars. Not bad.