Temporal Lobes are involved with memory, understanding language, facial recognition, and temper control. When there are problems, especially in the left temporal lobe, people are more prone to temper flare-ups, rapid mood shifts, and memory and learning problems.
The Prefrontal Cortex (“The Supervisor”), at the front third of the brain underneath the forehead, the part of the brain that helps you stay focused, make plans, control impulses, and make good or bad decisions.
The Deep Limbic System (Emotional centers of the brain), at the center of the brain (the size of a walnut), is the bonding and mood control center. Being connected to others is essential to humanity, yet when this part of the brain is off kilter, people struggle with moodiness and negativity.
The Cingulate Gyrus (Gear shifting and integration), a part of the brain that runs longitudinally through the middle part of the frontal lobes, the anterior portion part of the brain is called your “gear shifter”. It allows you to shift attention from thought to thought between behaviors.
The Basal Ganglia (Movement, anxiety, and motivation), large structures deep within the brain toward the center surrounding the deep limbic system, control the body’s idling speed. When this part of the brain works too hard, anxiety, panic, fearfulness, and conflict avoidance are often the result.