when it happened, just that it did.”As a book writing coach, I hear this more often than not. , and most of us have a hard time making everything make sense: all the scrambled pieces of life that we’ve lived through, shaken up, and tried to piece back into a cohesive shape.
The problem is that memory is warped through experience. For some, the trials of life create tears in an otherwise complete story.
For others, drama only enhances the mind, concretely cementing every detail, dialogue and emotion exactly as it happened.When these moments of memory lapse occur with my clients, I try to pull them back in time.Read more on success.com