Interestingly, the woman with the damaged left brain at TED had a fairly common reaction, but a more common reaction to her expressed ecstasy, etc. is depression and higher levels of fear and stress. Suicide risk is far more common with broad left-side damage than right. One theory frames the reason in terms of the right hemisphere needing the left to provide a decision-making capability: that issues (sometimes termed exceptions) are brought up by the sensitive right hemisphere, and it relies on the process-centric modules on the left to resolve how to handle the exceptions. Without that input, things may get in suspended animation, if you will, and the lack of resolve on even simple issues causes stress, etc. In the speaker's case, the gestalt capability of the right side seemed to trump any such consideration. That's probably because of where her damage was: when we talk about brain damage, hemispheric talk can get useless pretty fast.
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It may seem at first glance that Robert Browning (May 7, 1812–December 12, 1889) was particularly careless with how he used the word love when, after reading a volume of Elizabeth Barrett’s poetry, he wrote to her: “I love your verses with all my heart, Dear Miss Barrett, …. and I love you too.” But Browning was a poet — that is, a person tasked with honoring the integrity of words and protecting it with absolute precision of sentiment in language — so he meant exactly what he wrote. In what remains one of the grandest and most beautiful true love stories in the human record, the two poets soon eloped and lived in love until death did them part.