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How’s your memory since your loss?

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Stephanni
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My memory has been a mess. I cant remember things for more than a moment. If I don’t write things down, I forget it.

Lauren
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My memory is horrible. I forgot simple things repeatedly. I make a lot of small mistakes at work.

Julie
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My memory was very bad to begin with. About 8 months after my loss,mi was very frustrated at work. Couldn’t remember stuff and couldn’t complete reports. I am not more than 2 and 1/2 years out. My memory isn’t perfect, but it it much better and I don’t have those moments when I just can’t do anything.

Marlene
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I’m ready to change my name to Dori!!!

Jennifer Lantz
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I live in the future. I believe i can help others.that i will see her again.

Teresa Whitaker
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Scattered, we’ve lost my Son, my 3rd grandchild and both my parents in 8 years. So I feel like a scatter brain. Lol

Linda Heredero
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My memory is awful. I forget things people tell me, I can’t remember where I put things and the first year after my son’s death is a huge blur. I’m six years in and it seems my memory is getting worse…or who knows, maybe being almost 55 is the reason. 😁

Beverly
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so bad Igo to my basement forgetting what I went down for…forget where I parked my car at the grocery store…must write myself notes not…thought I had early dementia. I feel like I am losing my mind. It has been this way now for three years.

Margaret
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My memory has definitely been adversely affected these past 3 years. I have no memory of the first few weeks after my daughter died. I have snapshots memories of some things but no real memory. I still do things and don’t remember that I did. I put things in places and lose them. I find things in strange places knowing that I had to put them there. I lost my daughter’s autopsy report for weeks before I found it. I see people I know and can’t recall a name.

Julie
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My memory was tremendously effected when I lost my son. I had difficulties at work and could not complete some of my reports. I am happy to say that about 2 years after the loss, my brain function began returning to normal. I’m still not quite where I was (and probably never will be), but I am functioning much closer to normal.

Jan
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Sucks! Short term and long term memory is shot. Sometimes I feel crazy and others I don’t worry about it or try. I have changed jobs to accommodate it though.

Jennifer Pond
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It’s been a little over a year and a half and it’s just starting to improve. My brain was scrambled eggs for so long after my best friend died. I had no idea what was going on, did not know grief was connected to memory, so for the longest time I thought I was losing it which just added to my anxiety. Not to mention my beloved Mom has Alzheimer’s, and watching what she’s gone through and what it’s done to our family. Finally one day I stumbled upon the information about grief and memory when desperately searching the internet.… Read more »
Kathy Thorpe Bartlett
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Kathy Thorpe Bartlett

Since I lost my son in a horrible underground accident due to negligence my memory is no longer working. I don’t remember to bathe, pay bills, everyday simply duties. Why is this. I am very scared , because I don’t even remember where I have went during the day. Someone please help me with this

Isabel
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I was already dealing from short term memory loss, fatigue, due to fibromyalgia. Now I can’t even read a full page in a book. It is beyond exhausting, draining, life draining feelings and add emotional wreck.

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