Changing Minds

This is a didactic narration written in an amusing way, which captivates the reader from start to finish on a rapid pace journey twisting and turning with imagery. It explains the lifespan development of neuronal (nerve) paths and the effect on the aging mind.

Helpful for teaching people awareness of Ageism and an understanding of how to prevent it.

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  • Category: Essay » Sociology
  • Words: 1,500
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781466097049
About Conrad Lovelle

I spent my early years in a small town rich with cultural diversity. In difficult times during my childhood I learned to escape through reading and fantasy. Eventually the storybook readings merged with friends' accounts of far-off lands, and a Romantic was born. My taste outgrew the confinement and simplicity of the small isolated town and at age 15 I answered the call of my wanderlust, leaving home with just $12 in my pocket to hitch-hike 1000 miles to the nearest West-coast city.

Those seeds of my childhood led me to many cultures and into many homes and hearts along the way. Writing romantically (sometimes with impish delight) to express my own feelings and experiences was an early passion, and throughout the years I have written about love and life's processes; about events that have occurred and encounters that have endured, and those that have faded away.

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