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  • I`m 71. Most of my concussions happened by the time I was 23. Since about 65 yrs. old, I`ve been having problems with starting a serious conversation with a family member without laying the proper ground work. I say about half of what I`d wanted to say, and I can tell I`m missing the mark. Again! I`ve realized that I tend to start in the middle, or even close to the end, without having spent any thought to an introduction. Then I have to explain how I should have started the conversation in the first place. I don`t realize I`m doing it until it`s too late. I`ve handled this by warning my loved ones to not hesitate interrupting me, to say if I`m talking about what they think I`m talking about, etc.

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