I want to find out why I have young onset cognitive decline

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wouldn’t it be wonderful to know why this has been happening? Wouldn’t it be great to do something tangible to fight my decline? I don’t want to get my hopes up, but I’m allowing myself to be a bit more hopeful this week.

https://livingthegoodlifewithmci.org/2021/08/23/is-this-it

I can’t seem to move past it as quickly as I want to or thought I would

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maybe its all the little things about you that we have in common or maybe it’s your stupidly handsome face that i can’t get over. but oh my god, i am so fucking sick of this feeling. i honestly wish i could eternal sunshine of the spotless mind this shit and erase you from my memories. that’s how much i want you out of my head, fuck.

wish i could turn you back into a stranger – i must become a lion hearted girl (wordpress.com)

Bits & Pieces

This morning I had an idea of something I wanted to post, but I was in the middle of getting breakfast ready… and now I’ve forgotten what it was. 😐

Some people think that if it’s important, then it will return sooner or later, but I’m not so sure about that. For members of the community, I strongly recommend using the drafts feature to quickly jot down an idea, and then instead of clicking the blue “Publish” button at top right, to use the “Save draft” link to the left of it — and then it will be saved to the (list of) drafts page (same link as above).

That way, editors can review and reach out (and encourage) hashing out such “bits & pieces” into full ideas. I think we should use the drafts page as a collaborative whiteboard, sticking potential “post it” stickers there, maybe suggesting edits, making annotations, etc. A good idea is a terrible thing to lose!