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Why forgotten New Year's resolutions can just sneak up at year's end

While much of the brain is "mapped," apparently the part that tells time is less than trustworthy.
While much of the brain is "mapped," apparently the part that tells time is less than trustworthy.
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  • Charlene Collins - Atlanta Family Health Examiner 5 years ago

    Awesome article. I have often wondered why some memories are so close and time seems to have stood still.. and yet other events seem like a lifetime ago.

  • Kristina Bjoran 5 years ago

    Thanks, Charlene! It still doesn't perfectly explain it, but at least we know we're not alone. Our brains always seem to be working against us...

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