I know we all go through simular phases in coping, but I'm kind of in a rut with this one phase, and it's got me a bit stumped. You know how sometimes you go through a day feeling disconnected? I'm having trouble getting past that. My memory is a whiffle ball. Sometimes I say things and realize I gave it zero thought for content and have to stop myself before I ramble. I guess what I'm going through is being spacier than I usually am and not being able to get it under control. I function fine in society, but sometimes still feel like I'm on a totally different plane than the person talking to me. Has anyone had a problem with regaining their focus in their day to day life?
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