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Imprinting Psychology

How Your Brain Reacts to Colors: A Retail Packaging Guide https://www.repsly.com/blog/how-your-brain-reacts-to-colors-a-retail-sales-packaging-guide

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"Changing Time" by Ramona Zordini, who explores the theme of change, thought of as physical and psychological alteration, linked to personal instincts, lifestyle, emotion, and paths taken in course of life in a sort of indelibly imprinted writing on and in own body, portrayed in the liquid that is more congenial to evolution.

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from Flourish n Thrive Counseling

Therapy Quotes to Make You Think

wish I could imprint this on kids brains!

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So true for children who were abused, neglected or traumatized when very young. The body can remember what the mind cannot give words to say.

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When it comes to branding, the main backbone of a strong and easily recognizable identity is expressing the right colors through a ingenious graphic design. Without it, the majority of popular brands would not exist in the form as we know them today. So, what do colors say about your brand? Marketo recently conducted a research that they presented in a form of an infographic, showing why brand colors are important.

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Day 8: Seizures have a beginning, middle, and end. The beginning is the aura- and are signs of an oncoming seizure (think smells, sounds, taste, lightheadedness, Jamais or deja vu). ✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨ This month will be ALL about Epilepsy Awareness! I will share 1 fact per day in hopes to educate those who aren't familiar AND for people to TALK about it. Epilepsy has been a neurological disorder for centuries, however the topic is still so taboo and people are scared of it.

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