The Impact of Poverty on the Daddy Brain with Dr. Louann Bri

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Venus versus Mars, male versus female, and men versus women—since time immemorial these two human species need to battle for everything, whether they like it or not. In the process, it leads to a variety of biases and even misconceptions about the opposite sex. There may be no such thing as pure equality between us, but there can be understanding. When you know more about the other, you begin to learn how to communicate more effectively; tolerate or, better yet, accept each other’s differences; and learn to appreciate each other’s presence and contribution in society.
 
Dr. Louann Brizendine has made it her mission for several years to understand how the brain works for the woman and the man, and her discovery leads to so many things including some of her advocacies.
 
To be able to impart a very thorough knowledge and explain deep concepts to terms that can be easily understood, Dr. Brizendine underwent a very rigorous and tedious training. She attended some of the biggest and most prestigious schools in the country such as Yale School of Medicine and Harvard Medical School, where she obtained her residency. Before these, she completed a Neurobiology degree in the University of California Berkeley. Currently she’s a faculty member of the Department of Psychiatry of the University of California-San Francisco and a practicing neuropsychiatrist.
 

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