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It is not uncommon for people who have experienced a violent and/or traumatic event to have little to no memory of the event, with or without a brain injury of any grade. The theory is that it is a survival/defense mechanism.
someone should look her up on facebook and send her a link to this thread.
I'm not reading the whole gosh darn thread to see, however having children who are older than this young lady I know her Parents are very very thankful that she is recovering...too many of hte children my children went to school with have died...I am reminded of the Lord of the Rings movie....a father should never need to bury his son...
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I accidentally broke two dorm windows in my days in South Complex...one in Wilson and one in Holden.
The one at Wilson was a low angle, glancing blow from a football I threw from the ground to floormate on the fifth floor (I was standing about 5 feet from the building).
The one at Holden was during a party between the wings. Went to open one of those two-handle horizontal tilt-out windows and it exploded.
IME...the glass in South Complex is highly suspect.
I was involved in a head-on collision on the highway back in '92. Before I was told what happened, I thought I had fallen asleep. However, there were skid marks from me hitting the brakes when the guy who hit me crossed over into my lane. To this day I still remember nothing until moments after the accident.
It's a very odd feeling to have zero recollection of an event that I experienced when I was awake AND had a reaction to. It fucks with your mind.
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