Humans are a social species. We rely on connections through the senses to survive. Even the most basic social interactions make us feel alive. Statistics from the T.V. show 13 Reasons Why state the subjective feelings the brain sets off, through stimulants, can fluctuate the human life span by 26%. There are different parts of the brain that make you feel a certain way. Stimulants can make you feel good and they can make you feel bad. Our brain controls our emotions, behavioral control, personality, social skills, and generating emotions all comes from the frontal and temporal lobe. People are one of the major stimulants that sets the brain off in many directions all at one time. Someone can make you feel love, power, and butterflies all in a matter of seconds. Then you can turn around and feel useless, small, and empty by the same person in the next moment. There are so many fascinating things in life that sets our brains into stimulation. The body has the brain, which sends signals through nerves to the rest of your body through what we know as our five senses. The brain is an extraordinary place which controls our emotions as an entirety. Our emotions make us feel alive. These emotions form our personalities and form who we are.
Personality crises are every student's nightmare. They have trouble figuring out who they are. This is normal for all students at all high schools. In Roundup High School not only are the underclassmen having these problems, but also the seniors. As they get closer to graduation they slack off school work and priorities, because they are so close to being done with high school. These actions send another kind of stimulant to the brain. This is commonly known as relaxing. Not caring about the stress and all of the work left to do in a little amount of time makes the brain want to just shut down and relax. This is also normal when we get summer break fever. By: Valencia Medina-Cabrera