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How often do you forget things?
Posted 3/15/13
Sometimes, which is why I always write a little note on my white board to help me NOT forget.
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Posted 3/15/13
Pretty often, I don't remember what I had for dinner 4 minutes ago. Or, was that today, or yesterday? Today is thursday, right?
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Posted 3/15/13
I will often forget I forgot something more so then just forgetting.
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38 / M / Oklahoma City
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Posted 3/15/13
I'm 35 now and I forget something about every other day.
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Posted 3/15/13
A lot of times, I might have a short attention span...Sometimes I forget what I was going to do, I had it in my head a second ago too...

I once forgot where I put the TV remote, spent a good 10 mins looking for it...then I noticed I was holding it...
wtf brain be trolling me.
Posted 3/15/13
My seizures give me horrible short term memory.
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25 / M / Maryland
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Posted 3/15/13
every few hours for me. only to remember them right before i go to sleep.
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19 / F / Behind you.
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Posted 3/15/13
I have a good memory, but details sometimes tend to slip away... I normally remember the general picture, at least.
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Posted 3/15/13

Rajyrr wrote:

I forget things that are irrelevant and useless immediately.

It takes about a year or two - bare minimum - to forget something interesting.

I never forget anything important.


I'm the opposite, that's why I write things down. If I ever lose my notebook/planner/calendar, I'm totally screwed. Thankfully, I never have. All I really have to remember is where my planner is.
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Posted 3/15/13
I have this thing where I forget things after I walk in and out of doors..

I read an article somewhere that explains the door acts like a gateway or something for the brain.. I can't remember.

but, I sure do forget a lot of things.. I'll be trying to remember something and woosh~

walk through the door --------------> mind blank.
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Posted 3/15/13
I don't remember details... my brain has no system of organization, there is no history section or math section or etc. section... its just there so I can never find what i"m trying to remember
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19 / F / Behind you.
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Posted 3/15/13

Gyava wrote:

I have this thing where I forget things after I walk in and out of doors..

I read an article somewhere that explains the door acts like a gateway or something for the brain.. I can't remember.

but, I sure do forget a lot of things.. I'll be trying to remember something and woosh~

walk through the door --------------> mind blank.


Oh, yeah, I read an article about that too. I don't remember the details (See? <w<;) but I think it was something like leaving a room causes you to forget because you're in an unfamiliar environment, and when you come back, you remember, because the environment is familiar? (It's like you need to clean the fridge, leave the kitchen, forget, come back, "Oh yeah, I need to clean the fridge!")

If I'm totally wrong, someone please correct me. ^_^;

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22 / F / United States
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Posted 3/15/13
i forget things alot.....
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Posted 3/15/13
I forget things all the time, but if I put my hands under running water I remember since there is a connection with water and our bodies.
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Posted 3/15/13
I think I was supposed to say something... Nah, probably nothing.
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