Studies show the more we talk and think about... - Deepstash

Studies show the more we talk and think about things in our everyday life, the better we retain them. So if you want to remember something, discuss it with friends. Read more about it. Even conversing with yourself about stuff you want to retain has been shown to help.

And the next memory issue we need to tangle with? Wait — where’d I put it? It’s around here somewhere…


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  • Socializing is good for emotional and brain health. Just a 10-minute talk with a positive supportive person has been shown to improve memory.
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Focusing on the person instead of the issue

Focusing on the person instead of the issue

Try to talk about the issue at hand and how it makes you feel.

For example:
“It makes me feel frustrated that you forgot what I wanted. Is there a way I can help you to remember next time?”

Comments that can help

  • I love you.
  • I miss you.
  • We’ll get through this together.
  • I’m here for you.
  • I was thinking about you recently when I saw/read…
  • I’d love to tell you about my day.
  • I’m grateful to be able to talk...

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