Human beings are complex beings, but there are three distinct parts to a human: a brain, a body and an emotional state.
These are each part of the human being, and each part is a product of the brain and body it is part of.
But how is a person made up of these three different parts?
In the process of being made, a person develops an emotional response to the situation and the emotions of other people.
There are some fundamental differences between the parts of the body that make up the body, and the parts that make the parts up.
For example, the brain, which makes up our thoughts, actions and emotions, is made up mostly of neurons.
When these neurons fire they form the neural pathways of a brain.
These pathways are then connected with the nervous system to form a network that runs throughout the body.
It’s like a giant brain circuit.
In other words, the neurons that fire together form a circuit.
But these neural pathways are not connected with each other.
They have their own unique set of rules that govern how these circuits work.
The brain and the body are both very complex.
So how are they made?
How are they connected?
The first step is to make sense of the situation.
This can be a simple task like looking at the clock.
If you look at the time on the clock, you might not be able to tell which day it is, but the brain has a way of determining when to do something based on the previous day’s events.
For instance, if you look back at a day that you had a dream and woke up feeling tired, your brain will automatically decide that the next day is a good day for you to take a nap.
So what we do is look at our previous day and then make a mental judgement about whether or not we should sleep.
This process takes time and requires a lot of mental effort.
The second step is about understanding what the person is thinking.
A person’s brain works in two stages: first, it processes what it has learned and the thoughts it has seen, and then it builds a representation of what it is thinking about.
The representation of a person’s mind is a complex system of interconnected neural pathways, called the brain’s “language”.
A person with a good understanding of a situation can better understand how the person’s actions might be affecting them, so the person may be more likely to act accordingly.
The third stage is the processing of what the brain is feeling.
When we think about a person, we think of the thoughts they have about something.
But what we also think about is the physical sensation of that person’s body.
We also think of a physical sensation that they have around them, like a hand touching them.
So when we think a person is feeling a physical reaction, we have a mental representation of that physical sensation, which we call the “language” that we are using to think.
It is like an elaborate language we have constructed to express the way we feel about something, for instance, about a dream we had or a feeling that we have about a friend.
It takes time for a person to develop an understanding of their mental representation.
If a person has a bad understanding of the language they are using, then they may be unable to act in a way that is beneficial to themselves or others.
If they have a good representation of the way their brain is thinking, then the person can act in the way that they think is in the best interest of themselves and others.
What do you think?
Is it a good idea for me to try to understand someone’s language?
What do I think of them?
Should I try to help them?
Are you trying to help someone?
If you or someone you know is experiencing emotional distress, or if you or a loved one has experienced a mental health crisis, call NHS 111 on 08457 90 90 90 or go to nhs.uk/help.
If your loved one or loved one’s partner has experienced mental health or addiction issues, or you think they may need help, go to your local mental health team.
If there are people you think should see a mental healthcare professional, go directly to them and ask for a referral.