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Racer Mike (mikeyyve)
Race Number 564
Date Wed, 28 Feb 2024 23:33:02 +0000
Speed 86 WPM Try to beat?
Accuracy 97.2%
Rank 1st place (out of 4)

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As infants and toddlers we learn about the world by moving, grabbing, and crawling and by discovering what happens when we cry, smile, or protest. We are constantly experimenting with our surroundings - how do our interactions change the way our bodies feel? Attend any two-year-old's birthday party and notice how little Kimberly will engage you, play with you, flirt with you, without any need for language. These early explorations shape the limbic structures devoted to emotions and memory, but these structures can also be significantly modified by later experiences; for the better by a close friendship or a beautiful first love, for example, or for the worse by a violent assault, relentless bullying, or neglect.
The Body Keeps the Score (book) by Bessel Van Der Kolk (see stats)

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