I've was diagnosed with retrograde amnesia in May due to a brain injury. I vaguely remember the last 13 years of my life which include raising my two teenagers. I'm suffering as I feel a part of me is permanently gone. I've started therapy to help cope. It isn't helping yet. I was wondering if anyone has felt the same way and what they did to cope. I look at my two children and feel like I don't know them.
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