The Significance of a Good Mentor

“Our very brains are shaped and molded by the significant others in our lives, especially those relationships we call role models,” wrote counselor Jim Rose in a recent article published by Covenant Eyes.

In the article, Jim explains three ways in which science reveals a need for everyone to have good mentors including how mentors influence the Enteric Nervous System, the Autonomic Nervous System and three regions of the brain (the corpus callosum, the temporal lobes and the pre-frontal cortex).

Click HERE to read the full article, Science Reveals 3 Reasons We All Need (Good) Mentors.