Post Reply Page 1 of 2 1 2 > Thread Tools Show Printable Version Search this Thread Advanced Search Similar Threads to Difficulty Articulating My Thoughts and Talking? Yes, Egrets! . . .Except that's not what attracted my attention in the first place, and it's not the right name for the bird, and when you correct me that the For example, you may be explaining something to a friend and mid-sentence or mid-paragraph, you totally forget what you were going to say. There's so much thought going on at one time, and it goes so incredibly fast, that it's difficult and frustrating when someone asks us to find and catch one of those
angora View Public Profile Find all posts by angora #10 07-20-10, 09:41 PM Justtess Forum Guru Join Date: Mar 2008 Location: US Posts: 890 Blog Entries: 1 Thanks: What is more concrete and makes sense to ask. Reply Link Jazzy Salter May 5, 2016, 9:33 pm I have Hashimoto's too. Another similar component to the decision making process that gets affected by brain fog is that of critical thinking.
I'm always sure it wasn't an illusion, but it just disappears! It turned out, in my case, that anxiety (panic disorder) was only a result of the bigger problem, which I now know as ADHD (predominately inattentive subtype). Maybe my tongue has gotten rusty from disuse!
We frame the unknown. Then when I was done there was no going back and putting boring comments in. It may take you much longer to think of a solution or be mentally "primed" in certain situations. Inability To Verbally Express Thoughts I'm wondering if it's because I had a horrible childhood that I blocked.
I started an account on this page after reading your thread to tell you that you're not alone....I feel the exact same way. Verbalizing Internal Thoughts And when i do it never makes any sense. I think to myself what do these people have that im lacking? http://www.wrongplanet.net/postp4814272.html share|improve this answer answered Apr 28 '15 at 8:45 what 7,1471562 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign
Thanks in anticipation of any suggestion. 04-13-2011 PoisonedLollipops Newbie User Join Date: Aug 2008 Location: Christmas Island Posts: 7 This is a problem people with ADHD have. Hyperlexic Now that you mentioned gluten free diet I have not tried that but I will definitely look into it. I think thats because I learned my cadence from reading? IT'S BEEN 2 YEARS! (Granted, I stopped meds again for 6 months, and had a back slide).
Most of the people that have posts here have symptoms similar to ADHD and Depression. http://www.addforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=86412 Just write. Trouble Articulating Thoughts I've heard people even die from it. Difficulty Expressing Thoughts Verbally Reply Link Julie Hofman April 13, 2016, 1:38 am This is exactly how I feel put into words.
when the brain is in development perhaps we relied on the tv for "input" making us very good at absorbing information. What may be different to what has already been said is that I find it very hard to even write down properly. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Slowandeasy1 Member Joined: May 2010 680 posts MBTI: INTJ Posted September 27, 2010 Does anyone else here have trouble verbalizing How much time would it take for a planet scale Miller-Urey experiment to generate intelligent life In Revelation 19:16, of which kings is Jesus king? Verbalize Every Thought
I have been fired but mostly end up quitting out of fear of getting fired and because my supervisors and co-workers are constantly riding my @ss! So, I know how he feels. Does anyone have any ways of helping me deal with this/get better at vocalizing my thoughts? 11 0 Leave A Reply post tweet pin email Replies deleted_user What I have found I will keep going through life watching, making notes, wondering why persons behave as they do, as I do, the differences between us; I'll keep reading and writing and thinking until
If you aren't an INTJ, you're welcome to join anyway if you would like to learn more about this personality type or participate in our discussions. Expressive Language Disorder I live alone at the age of 39 and I have virtually no consistent support or close relationships. It's like I know what I want to say but my brain won't let me say it correctly.
Home Today's Posts Register Search SocialPhobiaWorld.com > Social Anxiety Disorder Forums > Social Anxiety Forum Difficulty Articulating My Thoughts and Talking? deleted_user Wow.. I have 3 Master's degrees and seem to have the mental competency lately of someone who does not have those accomplishments. Word Power Made Easy I also forget very simple things, when I used to have a better memory than anybody I knew.
It makes me feel less scattered and less like a total freak. :D. Why can't I do this, or that, I'd often answer "a feeling is as good as a reason and my feelings say no." This stumped them but they didn't argue it its a state of deficiency in understanding, processing, or describing emotions. You may notice that you aren't able to learn from experiences, share insights, or make critical points (especially during debates).
Sharecare, Inc. It's scary!! Like im practicing. People always tell me "You should have just said ...!" Such as today, when it was raining, and I had to bike in the rain, I "should have just said" that
She still doesnt believe anything is wrong with me but I know it is, I still struggle with this issue. Impaired cognition: As a whole, your cognition is likely to become impaired during the fog. The extent to which you experience impaired cognitive functions can range between minor impairment and severe I remember being in a special ed class because I couldnt keep up with my peers in the classroom . Sometimes I feel like the only reason I have any friends is because of these days.
Psychother Psychosom, 74, 81-92. Yorks, UK 31 Jul 2012, 6:59 pm I think I can identify with this somewhat. Describe A. I'm so stressed out right now because I've lost my rank and I'm scared this problem will get worse.
Your movement may appear lifeless and lacking energy. Why fragment into pieces and pull apart the wholesome experience into tiny particles that cause me to say "well I don't like it anymore like this, it's broken up and no He'll keep going through his life DOING, pushing, building, maintaining, adding stuff to his stuffiness... L'esprit de l'escalier is part and parcel with my life.
I really dont know how to deal with it because I just realized I have dyslexia deleted_user Thank you very much! Anubis Social Anxiety Forum 11 03-11-2009 03:56 AM LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks Contact Us - Social Phobia World - Privacy Statement - Top Mobile Version Powered by vBulletin Version 3.8.8Copyright