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Forgetting what you say the second after saying it? : Dissociative Identity Disorder Forum


Forgetting what you say the second after saying it?

Postby Ponyta » Thu Feb 28, 2019 4:56 am

I’m curious if anyone else has problems with….Forgetting what you say the second after saying it?

I don’t know what is going on. Sometimes I feel as if there are two of me. By that I mean…..another personality is so close to me….. that neither of us can tell a difference between us. I feel like what I wrote is super confusing. It doesn’t even make sense to me. I don’t know what is going on.

I think I’m myself….say something…..then have absolutely no clue what I said. Due to that….I even get told I repeat myself…..but yet no knowledge of that. If I’m switching….then why? Who? So confused right now….because it is different than with the others. I might lose time with the others….but they most of the time….tell me what happened…..or at least who was out at that time.

I know nothing regarding this…..other than having no clue what I said. It feels like me….but maybe there’s two of me? (this host personality writing.) Maybe I “split” or something. I feel right now like I’m making zero sense. Sorry…..I’m just so confused….. :(

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