Your body and your brain

By James Beck

February 26 2015

If you can read this, then you have a brain. That is a good thing.

Brains help you to think, they help you to not walk into walls and sometimes they can remember things. Brains also look after your feelings.

Something it took me a long time to learn is this, how you feel, has heaps to do with how healthy you are, and how healthy you are has heaps to do with how good you feel.

If you ever find yourself feeling stressed, or anxious or depressed or embarrassed or angry or pretty much anything, then one of the best things you can do is exercise. But it is hard to get motivated.

Watch this video for ideas on how to keep happy and healthy.


James Beck

Senior presenter and South Island coordinator, James Beck joined Attitude in 2007 with over two years’ experience working alongside young people. James’ interest in and engagement with youth culture (he an active member of three bands) is key to his ability to relate to a young audience. He is strongly motivated to help youth realise their full potential, and sincerely inspires them to do so. James has delivered presentations to over 200,000 young people nationwide.

One response to “Your body and your brain”

  1. Asha says:

    You guys are really funny, I love it when you guys give attitude talks!

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