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Wednesday, 12 October 2016 16:33

GMTT - Clinical Neuropsychologist Speaks On The Redefining Of Women

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Apart from their physical differences men and women brains are wired (the way cells connect) differently. So says clinical neuropsychologist Dr. Yvette Taylor-Kanarick.

She says men brains are wired front to back whereas women brains are wired left to right. This causes a man act quickly and a woman to be more of a thinker.

Dr. Kanarick has partnered with the Freewoman Foundation which is a NGO designed to help women find workable and doable solutions to life’s issues.

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