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The Memory Hack Review

by Jency William (2019-05-04)


I didn't really learn anything about the The Memory Hack mental state of my relations until I had kids myself. I have always been "protected" from this information. I was clever enough to figure out that my dad was a bit grumpy when things were not to perfection. I also knew my "Oma" wasn't quite the ticket. I never met my grandfather on my dad's side. Because he died of a "heart attack" when my dad was a boy. I didn't really find out any truths until I was pregnant with my first child. Boy did it come as real shock when I was told. I was also a bit hurt. Everything is always kept hush hush from the youngest. Even now there are certain things that are kept from me. I don't know if it is because I am out of the picture. I live in England, everyone else lives in The States. Maybe everyone thinks I'm too naive. Who knows, but they still keep secrets. I on the other hand I am quite open on honest about my feelings. I know that I have got issues, and I'm not ashamed at all. I just deal with them, sometimes I deal with them better than other times. I think because I accept who I am, it helps me cope. I think doing some research and dealing with my issues rather than avoiding them is much better. I have never really felt suicidal. Sometimes I can see no end though. But after a few days or sometimes weeks, I can start seeing positive. I have got three kids to live for. That's all that matters in the end. Hopefully one day there will be a cure. I'm not sure I would take it though. I am who I am and and I don't want to be anyone else. I just want to make the right choices. I'm glad that my dad has opened up. Better late than never. I'm sure there are other families like us, and like us things just don't get talked about. Maybe someone will learn from this. Except what and who you are, and try and make the best of it. Talk it really helps.

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