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New technologies. I had to smile. Brain scans. I’ve been fortunate to be involved with Dr. Mena, who is probably years ahead of the regular world out there. Fortunately, the regular research world is now looking at brain scans and recognizing that these are giving us new insights into the brain that we have never had before. The key to understand that is that most of a child’s brain development takes place after birth. Experience shapes the developing structure of the brain. Why have I gotten these faxes about children, without much effort, becoming toilet trained? What you realize is that as your child’s brain starts to mature, they develop the right connections, they mature and they go through normal stages of development. But if that brain is sitting at idle, I don’t care what you’re doing, you are never going to fully develop those tracks. They’re shut down.

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