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post #11 of 17 Old 06-12-2011, 07:38 PM
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Might definitely be stress for me. My insomnia is making a comeback, I have exams, sorting out work and preparing to leave home for the first time soon though I've always been quite forgetful but that could be depression which I've had a lot of problems with over the last few years.

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Probably sleep for me, I don't normally sleep to about 2 in the morning even on school nights(prob why im doing bad in some exams too).
Its 1 in the morning were I am now and will prob go to sleep in half an hour.

I'm liking how we are all figuring out why we have bad memories now!
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post #14 of 17 Old 04-18-2012, 04:51 PM
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Oh my word, I do this too, like ALL the time. I will be eating breakfast or whatever, and stand up with my plate so I can rinse it in the kitchen, and I will find myself standing their, staring into my room wondering "why in the world am I in here".

Or when I close the gate to my horse pasture, I will have to go back because for the life of me I cant remember if I closed it or not, I can do this like 3 times, baha.

I would say its normal, tehe

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Happens to me too! And im 16.

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i know how you feel... i'm pretty young and i have an ok short term memory (not great) but my long term memory is terrible. I have a few significant memories stored but for the most part my entire childhood seems blocked out. some people i know have expressed concern about it but i've never gotten my brain checked out or anything lol.
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post #17 of 17 Old 04-18-2012, 06:24 PM
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My long term is really good normally. But past 8th grade is all blank. 9th and past 8th grade id rather not remember anyways.

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