May 15, 2017
Memory makes up such a large part of a personality. All those experiences, feelings and emotional or physical responses to happenings in one's past form the way we feel about ourselves. The hardships that were once endured or overcome have resulted in greater strength, ability or fortitude to face whatever life throws at us. Once it starts to slip though, we begin to change. The internal questioning becomes increasingly concentrated, and as self-confidence crumbles, a nagging worry sets in, Ė Iím not as sharp as I used to be, Ė I donít know if I can do that, Ė I just donít know.