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Things I Do Not Remember

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  1. Zulkirr
    Things you learned only recently -- like a name at a party -- are the hardest to remember, because they haven’t yet taken root in your mind. Also, your brain has only so much storage space. It.
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  2. Malahn
    Aug 07,  · If I'm not being triggered by anything, why don't I remember thoughts and feelings from even a few hours before? Yes that sounds very much like dissociation. You may be dissociating when you are not triggered just because it may have become a habit left over from the time when you were dissociating in order to endure the abuse.
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  3. Sashura
    c. no me acuerdo de (used transitively) She is from some place in Mexico the name of which I do not thoughricktipharledahardpenkniphylnajor.coinfo de un lugar de México de cuyo nombre no me acuerdo. 2. (I do not bear in mind).
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  4. Kajikazahn
    Apr 23,  · Things I Don't Remember () Things I Don't Remember. Recollecting your childhood is like watching the VHS tape you found buried in the corner of your basement. You may have almost forgotten it, but the important thing is that you still have it.
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  5. Samumi
    New King James Version. “Do not remember the former things, Nor consider the things of old. King James Bible. Remember ye not the former things, neither consider the things of old. Christian Standard Bible. "Do not remember the past events, pay no attention to things of .
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  6. Tygotilar
    Mar 16,  · A. Anything is possible but the situation you describe is extremely unusual. It’s possible that you were intoxicated or using drugs and this could explain why you do not remember the event.
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  7. Julkree
    When you play it back, you can watch the whole thing in 10 seconds. Now, think about that great vacation, all those memories fill up a lot more film, and thinking through those memories takes a.
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  8. Mazumi
    May 07,  · It is normal to have Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and not remember your trauma, and here’s why it can be a good thing: This is not sad, and it certainly isn’t uncommon, but it is weird to realize the extent of what I don’t remember. I've written about why we can't remember, and the science behind memory loss and trauma.
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