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  • Mental blocks

    3 posts, 3 voices, 626 views, started Jul 22, 2009

    Posted on Wednesday, July 22, 2009 by L. Denise Jackson

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    • Garnett
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      Do stroke victims block out bad things in their memory?



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          Denise Richardson wrote Jul 22, 2009
        • Hey Denise! happy Hummmmmmmmmm good question, I’d like to know the answer to this as well.



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          Gogreen wrote Jul 23, 2009
        • Yeah...it is interesting...all the crazy things my sister told different people about her boyfriend and then accounts I received from them...she has seemed to block out.  We know she was talking about leaving but in her stroke babble she keeps saying that he is in charge of everything and the only thing is important is he and her and she references to him as her husband.

          This guy clearly is not concerned about her...he called the rehab after calling the hospital 33 days after he saw her 1 time.  Yes the rehab and he are in the same city.  

          She wants him to tell her whether he wants to be bothered or not.  I want her to know from him quite frankly.  So we are getting to a point of calling him and letting her hear it for herself...whether he tells her or gives her a false hope and never shows up but she is looking for closure...even in her fragile (or not so state).

          I have to go to work but will talk to you later Niecy.



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