Yeah I think most of us can relate to that. If the events of your day don't feel real in the first place (even though they are), the memory created in your brain will seem more distant than say if you didn't have DPD. Also when you combine that with a difficulty in keeping track of time, like a lot of DPD sufferers experience, the time the memory took place may also be unclear or aged despite occurring earlier in the day, for example.
I dont really feel I have much short term memory loss but when I think back to things I done earlier in the day it seems so far away and seems like I done it ages ago, anyone else get this?
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