Your brain is far more plastic than we ever thought possible. There is no immutable “you” floating around in your head. You are not limited by some preordained “just the way I am.” And even if you suffer an injury inside your head, your brain can adapt in truly remarkable ways.
“The Brain That Changes Itself” by Norman Doidge is a book that opened my eyes to what’s possible with our brains and, in turn, our minds. It’s inspiring to say the least, and I highly recommend it to anyone interested in stories about the art of the possible.
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