Instincts and People: A Glimpse into Our Inner Wild Side
Imagine standing in front of a caged tiger. You only see the bars, but make no mistake, the tiger is still there, lurking. It's similar with our instincts: even though we can't see them, they are there, patrolling within us.
Reflexes in Babies: The Dance of Instincts
Newborns surprise us with the Moro Reflex, that startle reaction which disappears after a few months. It's like trying to balance on a surfboard for the first time: an instinctive act.
Other reflexes in babies, like sucking or the tonic neck reflex, are like a magician's tricks: they appear and disappear. But if they stay longer than expected, like a guest who doesn't get the hint to leave, they could indicate problems in the nervous system.
Instincts: Our Forgotten Superpowers
Ever jumped over a wall in a dangerous situation, like a superhero in an action movie? That's our survival instinct, the real version of superpowers. As we grow up, some of these instincts vanish like smoke, but others, like the fight-or-flight response, stay with us.
Our instincts are like hidden apps on our phone: they're there for when we need them. So, like adjusting the settings on our mobile, it's important to know and train our instincts. They could make the difference between staying safe or facing a problem.
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