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To the degree that there is continuity between feeling states in-the-moment, past memory is laid down with relative coherence and is joined with an awareness of the self that is relatively stable over time. 5. Moment and feeling states during normal emotional processiong. 6. Continuous experience of the self in normal emotional processing. 6. Even though consciousness works moment-by-moment, the brain has a way of blending moments so that self-experience is continuous. This fundamental neurological capacity to blend moments is critical for our ability to form a coherent sense of ourselves over time.
This response can be immediate, extreme, and outside of conscious control. An essential part of intervention is to help children to calm themselves when they are confronted by a traumatic reminder, so that they do not enter these extreme survival-in-the-moment states. Denise went immediately from the stimulus to this extreme state. If treatment could help her to think before she responded, she might have the potential to calm and soothe herself so that the extreme responses would not occur. One of the main goals of intervention is to prevent children from going from stimulus to immediate extreme response.
What puts us up there? We have a biology that has been refined over millions of years, giving us amazing systems to master our environments. Our biology gives us the potential to create great works of art, science, mathematics, technology, and culture. Our ability to master our environments, and to achieve enormous advances in diverse areas of pursuit, requires our evolutionarily advanced neurobiological systems to be working properly. The main part of our biology that has allowed us such powerful and flexible adaptive capacities is the brain—particularly the higher-order systems of the brain, located in what is called the cerebral cortex.