There's new evidence that depression is not just a disorder of the mind.
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First up, let me say that was a very nice article. surely, though, the point is we have one brain. The connectivity between neural pathways is so complex, that I believe we get into "muddy" territory when trying to over-simplify ideas (such as right brain/left brain concepts).
That said, the various parts of the brain have been relatively well mapped out; so we can say with a degree of certainty about particular brain activity being dominant in specific zones.
Thanks for writing,
PS - interesting to hear Jonathan Sacks bring religion into a scientific debate. I'm always a little amused when religious figures use science to give credence to their faith, but that's another debate altogether!
Lack of evidence for Havening Therapy leaves me concerned and unconvinced.
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