Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Denver Conference

Beverly and I had a great trip to Denver -- arriving home last night at about 12: 30 AM. The conference was more than I had expected. I learned so much about how men and women think.

It's interesting: Remember how back in the 70s and 80s, the pop psychology was that men and women are alike, and any differences are due to culture or environment. Well, now everyone is on board with the fact that our brains operate very differently. In fact, the leading experts in the field were showing how vastly different our brains respond to situations. MRIs have allowed science to watch the way our brains respond to different emotions, situations and stimuli. It was fascinating to this layperson.

It's good to be home. Happy 4th!


Jeff said...

It seems obvious our brains work differently. It would seem our Creator might have had a plan to make us so that we compliment each other.

I'm glad you had a good time and have returned home safely. Enjoy the rain!

jross said...

Welcome home.

Kyle R. said...

I'm glad y'all are home too.

We'll be leaving for a short vacation tonight. We were just going to Lake Ray Roberts to camp and fish, but all the campsites are flooded out. We briefly had reservations to Texoma after we found out about Ray Roberts. But guess what? About 48 hours after making our reservations for Texoma we got a call-- flooded out.

So... we're going to try a place called Ft. Cobb State Park in Oklahoma. Never heard of it, but we'll see.

Jonathan said...

so is it true that a man's brain is bigger than a woman's? (if anyone is reading this that doesn't know me, that is called a joke...kind of) (that was a joke also)

randy said...

Pretty soon psychologists will discover that nobody's brain works the same.