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The Surprising Strengths Of The Middle-Aged Brain

Apparently, there’s hope to be found ahead. Now, where are my keys?

The Surprising Strengths Of The Middle-Aged Brain: “

In middle age, most of us get forgetful and easily distracted. But new research finds that our minds improve in some ways as we age: We’re better at seeing the big picture and comprehending complexity. Writer Barbara Strauch details how the middle-aged brain grows and changes in The Secret Life of the Grown-Up Brain.

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By Terry Moore

Terry Moore, MSW, LICSW is an Independently Licensed Clinical Social Worker in private practice in Omaha, NE. He provides psychotherapy and pain management to adults, often utilizing Hypnosis. He is an Approved Training Consultant - through the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis [ASCH], the same body that issues his Certification in Hypnosis.