How do the neurolinguïsts define human language?

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How do the neurolinguïsts define human language? by B Raj
  Language is a way/power to communicate to others and with your self. A powerful one.

Language affects neurology, it affects the emotion, thoughts, physiology. Better use it for the good, and in a helpful way.

If someone curses you, uses a swear word,how do you feel? you may feel a lot of different emotions, anger and so on.

If someone says nice things to you, May be they compliment how beautiful/handsome you look that day, maybe they appreciate you for something, how do feel? Great, happy.

Similarly, when you think or communicate with yourself, how do you say things, what words do you use? What tone do you use?

Do you abuse yourself verbally? Or do you accept, be appreciative and have an progressive attitude towards yourself?

How do you communicate with children?

Use language as power to communicate and to express, to heal and help.

This is just a simple understanding I have.

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