Brain Review: Sixymama

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Brain purchased 35 years ago; needs frequent and regular recharging. Feeds primarily on books but will absorb food and feelings in order to stimulate emotional responses.

This brain is large. It fits the dome nicely, there are many functioning parts. Emotions are big, this is the brain that feels EVERYTHING. Synapses function particularly well; fire up 99% of the time. Hippocampus is smaller than average, temporal lobes are a bit rough around the edges. The olfactory bulb is quite marvellous, extremely sensitive and quick to respond. Cerebrum works very well, this is a female brain and being larger than a mans cerebrum there are more emotions available should you need them. The frontal lobe is well developed; reasoning and verbal skills are extremely efficient in this brain, ditto reading and responding to social cues and expressions. Empathy and creativity are hugely successful features, so long as the brain is well fed and fully charged.

Cerebellum is underdeveloped and coordination remains an issue – it is mostly malfunctioning but after 35 years there are bound to be some difficulties. The amygdala is enlarged and always switched on. This brain suffers depression and emotional regulation is unpredictable at worst. Basic survival skills are met through the amygdala however not to any great effort. The temporal, occipital and parietal lobes seem to interchange assigned workloads and occasionally we see crossed wires and further malfunctions.

The thing to remember about this brain is its ability to process emotion. Not just in its own person, but also in any other person it interacts with. It quickly reads expressions, in facial and physical forms, and will listen and process verbal cues; it will hear sounds that do not exist and it will process these according to the same rules it applies elsewhere. This brain feels deeply for any and all persons it comes into contact with. It cannot be mean, it does not judge and if it deems itself to have passed judgement unnecessarily, it is quick to punish itself. It actively avoids hurt, physical, mental and emotional in others. It will help, even when it feels broken. This brain hurts itself in place of others. It will hide in the darkness.

Unfortunately this brain is broken much of the time. The amygdala gets confused about its role and frequently overreacts and over emotes. The hippocampus is somewhat faulty and the temporal lobe functions sporadically. The brain is depressed much of the time and the sleep function overrides all others. This brain needs to recharge regularly as the amygdala requires 80% total usage at all times.

I have found this brain to be generally functional in a normal setting. It is a nurturing, caring brain and goes out of its way to show this face to the world. The darkness behind the brain is just that – dark. This brain needs a lot of sunshine and light to really wake up; sometimes it can’t wake and is stuck in a limbo. Sleep is erratic but the brain generally allows a good solid period for recharging. It generally runs on about 65% total power so it could be improved but I’m not sure how. General balance is off; lobes and cortexes and synapses all get a bit confused and this leads to major malfunctions. Over stimulation leads to fight or flight responses and the heart is directly wired to this. No amount of medication or deep breathing will allow this brain to let go of its total control of the heart and associated needs; the darkness needs to be contained, sometimes it is the hearts primary function. This brain is easily confused.

Overall I would recommend this brain. If you want to care deeply, this brain is for you. It forgets most things, it can feel the wrong things and it always blames itself for everyone else’s failures. General coordination is off, and you can forget anything involving hands and eyes. Creativity is strong, verbal reasoning, empathy, all well functioning features. On the whole it is a functional, feeling, nurturing, creative brain.



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