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Re: therapy tomorrow; will take the risk head-on rskontos

Posted by DAisym on October 27, 2007, at 16:15:21

In reply to Re: therapy tomorrow; will take the risk head-on, posted by rskontos on October 27, 2007, at 10:47:37

It may be that whatever is causing you to dissociate is interfering with your memory. Huge emotional turmoil tends to cloud things and it is hard to recall the facts of an event. The brain is recording your feelings and the chemicals are different when we are upset. Plus the right side of your brain is taking over and later, with recall, you are using the left side mostly. So yes, dissociation can interfere with memory - your initial retention is bad so your recall is bad - but more probably it is the trigger that starts it all.

I hate when this happens!




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