who are you again ?sorry i don't remember you anyways you're welcome my fanboy
It's ok. Psychiatrists explain how the brain blocks memory to help get through traumatic events.
How does the brain cope with trauma?
According to Psychiatrists, if the brain registers an overwhelming trauma, then it can essentially block that memory in a process called dissociation
—or detachment from reality
. "The brain will attempt to protect itself".
Dissociation causes a lack of connection in a person's thoughts, memory and/or sense of identity and it's extremely common to experience a case of mild dissociation.
A severe and more chronic form of dissociation is seen in mental illnesses and rare forms of dissociative disorders, such as dissociative identity disorder, which was once called multiple personality disorder.
The same way the body can wall-off an abscess or foreign substance to protect the rest of the body, the brain can dissociate from an experience. In the midst of trauma, the brain may wander off and work to avoid the memory. However, not all psyches are alike, and what may be severe trauma for one person may not be as severe for another person.
Sorry for making you go through all of that :/