I'm constantly just in my own headspace, any conversations i have or any new information i learn just goes straight in and out, i don't remember any of it an none of it has any significance, even if its important. In the moment i just can't concentrate and if someone's having a conversation with me, i won't remember barely anything that was said, it's really annoying, until. bed time!!!
As soon as i try to get any sleep, everything and every conversation from the day, or past few days, or even week, come back to me, and i go over them and analyse what i said or didn't say for hours. It's really annoying and i feel as though i have no control over my mind, i can't think consciously.
Has anyone else struggled with something similar?? if so, what the heck do you do?
I also struggle with this, any important information in uni lectures etc I struggle to retain, and often what people say to me only registers later in bed at night! I’d say try not to think about it too much and if something is important jot it down. Not really much else I can suggest tbh
I forgot to mention it could be because of stress, anxiety etc so if it is one of those things try and worry a little less, hope that helps.
MEE every single time. It’s literally on repeat for the whole day until I forget about it. I regret doing this and saying that and then just feel embarrassed ahh
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Last edited by nabilahhh; 4 weeks ago
Honestly same, and as you probably know its a pain in the ass most of the time. Especially when I am really tired and all I want to do is sleep but my mind just can't slow down.
Or when I am trying to study and all I can think about it stupid nonsense!
Ugh any advice?