HazedInDeadlyPollen wrote:For about 2 years after I moved from new jersey it was like I was living in a dream.everyhing seemed so insubstantial that it took me a while to get a grip on reality.For one year everything started to become more concrete,the haze was lifting.but I found that if I tried to remember those two years and the time when I lived in new jersey its more like struggling to remember a dream.only random memories stuck to me and the memory feels so vague I have troubles connecting it to my life.Ever since last year I started to forget everything.After I read Twilight I started forgetting things.The first thing that scared me was I forgot a whole day existed,then I started forgetting whole weeks.My memory is terrible now,but I seem to remember the things I need to.like school stuff and important details about something.Now I can manipulate the way I live through things.for example,I'm sitting through my history class and its really boring.so I can make everything feel like a dream,the place and my actions lose substance.I've actualy learned to do this at will by practice.it started off with asking myself where I am and if this is real.now I don't even have to ask the questions,the works just feel insubstantial all of a sudden.time goes by quicker this way too.but trying to remember that period of time becomes like remembering a dream again.reality is really vague to me.
I'd just like to know if ok crazy or something.its kinda scary sometimes when the real world has such a thin line to my imagination.
Nena wrote:I think we are able to remember everything that affects our present and perhaps our future, but the things that have gone and no longer hold interest for the future, then they vanish, it's like our brains are discarding that information because is not longer relevant...
ashleygill03 wrote:Nena, Ren.. I have the exact same problem. Except for me I think it's more of a blocking symptom. I have a hard time remembering anything in my past. I can't remember a single thing before the age of 14, supposedly due to traumatic incidents.. but occasionally I will have dreams and have to call home to ask my mom if certain things happened. And occasionally, I will dream things that haven't happened yet, but always seem to materialize.
Maybe we forget the things we're not supposed to remember because they're too difficult to think about, and our intuition helps forsee things coming?
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