I hate it.
I decided to write a blog about it and it's amazing that I even remembered what I was writing about by the time the page loaded.
It's that bad.
I can't remember names of things.
Dates of things.
Things I thought about telling people.
Questions I need to ask people.
I once told my boss that I was a terrible administrator because I had no date/time comprehension. I could be typing for five minutes or fifteen minutes or twenty minutes and it would all feel the same to me. The morning could pass and all of its events without any notice in my brain. If there was a 9AM meeting, I would just as likely think it was 9AM at 9AM as I would at 11:34AM. Time-sensitivity, I have you not.
But she pointed out that the thing that made me a great administrator was that I had realized my weaknesses and capitalized on my strengths to compensate. I had created an intricate system of post-it-noting that would remind me of important dates and times, and often times remind me to remind myself to look to see if there was anything important that I should be doing, thinking, moving around.
I can always remember, ironically, the lyrics to the old song that fits my predicament so hand-in-glovely:
Do you suffer from short-term memory loss?
I don't remember