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Summary

This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to improve your short-term memory.

Mental health matters (MHM) is a very important issue in human history. To make the subject clearer, we must start from the very beginning and origin of why and how mental health matters and is associated with the brain. Having mental stability or mental derailment is something that can determine whether an individual can really fit in to society. From the basic unit of life where a child is born, it is expected that he or she should develop under proper parental care, guidance, and supervision, and the child must have a solid upbringing. The development of a child is indispensable and cannot be overemphasized. Growing up in a healthy family, with a proper educational environmental and proper nutrition or a balanced diet, including good psychological, physical, and spiritual exercise, will enable the child to develop properly and maintain a sustainable healthy mental state.

But when the child is not given the right platform and enabling environment to grow properly, it will go a long way to hinder his or her mental growth and development. Many adolescents and even adults are mentally retarded just because the basic and necessary steps were not taken to address the important issues associated when mental health matters. Short-term memory syndrome begins to originate and surface in life when the brain is not adequately developed from the cradle.

©2015 Patricia A. Carlisle (P)2015 Patricia A. Carlisle

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