A huge part of personal growth is incorporating the “unchangeable” and the “changeable” in a new and improved structure. Getting to know about our neurochemical dynamic can make us more aware of the stimuli that trigger or block our neurotransmitters, so that later on we will be able to select environments, situations and social interactions that work in our neurochemical advantage, thus improving our well-being.Loretta’s work can be seen as a great stepping stone on the road of our individual and common becoming. I think that learning more about our inner mammal (what drives its actions and makes it happy) is what’s going to make us better humans in the end.