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- It's good so long as you do not make humiliation get you too far down internally. It gets me disgusted when people play this game to make others feel deliberately repressed; it's poor and beneath the animal kingdom for animals to intentionally make others feel at a low internally, it's all a social power instinct practice unlike humans who inflict deliberate misery on others.
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This is so humiliating. I am 36 years old and cannot remember anything. I cannot remember passwords I changed 10 minutes ago. Not only humiliating, but scary. No one my age forgets this stuff except me. I won't write anything down, lest someone look around & find these & hack my accounts. Is there anything I can do to strengthen my memory so I stop being a complete blithering idiot?
It's normal for people with a lot of stress to forget things because their mind is focused on their problems and not on what is happening right in front of them a lot of the time. Also, the fact that "forgot my password" buttons exist shows that you're clearly not the only person in the world who forgets
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Hi ak842

I'm younger than you by 4 years and I've been having memory issues for a few years, because of stress and fibro+CFS. I think I have an understanding of what you're going through as far as that's concerned, not only it feels humiliating but it's also very annoying... I don't write my passwords down either, because I don't trust myself not to lose them and forget where I've put them hang in there, you're not alone, hugs
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Maybe try something like jigsaw puzzles, word puzzles etc...things like these help work your mind. it worked for me when I had issues. you can find tons of games on line and even cheap puzzle books in dollar stores.

something I did as well was make myself write using my weak hand. try copying a paragraph using your other hand..and doing it legibly. it will take forever at first but soon you'll be able to do it with skill and precision.

the brain is a muscle. if it gets weak, you do physical therapy and work it back I nto functional fitness.
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