because when we understand each other better, we can love each other better.
and that, I believe, is what we are here on earth to do.
THINKPRINT: know your mind
n, 1. A framework for understanding individual differences in how we think, learn, feel and behave, based on the brain’s five information-processing systems. 2. The unique set of strengths and balances among these systems that make us who we are. Like a fingerprint, no two are exactly the same.
v, 1. To map out a person’s cognitive, executive, and affective strengths and balances, using neuropsychological assessment, in order to help them improve their learning, mood, functioning, or relationships.