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Joined: 2 Feb 2016
Age: 48
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14 Aug 2018, 11:02 am

firemonkey wrote:
A good number of people with it are reckoned to have poor autobiographical memory.

That makes sense when I think of what I said earlier about my memories seeming "very abstract, almost as if they were things which I'd just been told about or read". Whenever there's a "remember the time when..." kind of conversation with friends, I certainly can't picture the scene in my mind or "relive the moment" as other people seem to be describing. I also seem to struggle to recall events as a whole; I can often recall many little details or verbatim snatches of conversation, but I get little sense of the wider picture.

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14 Aug 2018, 11:32 am

Am I the only one with a good autobiographical memory?

Aged 29
On antidepressants
Diagnosed with AS, ADHD and anxiety disorder