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    Whenever I talk to someone my mind seems to shut off and I can hear what the other person says but I'm not processing and understanding it, so I can't think of anything else to say after they've spoken

    What can I do to change this and not end up in this sort of situation again?
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    Do you have ADHD?
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    No, haven't been diagnosed with it anyway so I don't think so
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    They're either boring, you're just not interested in paying attention or maybe you're experiencing brain fog.

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    Whenever I talk to someone my mind seems to shut off and I can hear what the other person says but I'm not processing and understanding it, so I can't think of anything else to say after they've spoken

    What can I do to change this and not end up in this sort of situation again?
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    Yes it's possible it could be brain fog, thanks!

    It meets the criteria for it, anyway to get rid of it?
 
 
 
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