So, I have Asperger's syndrome, and apparently it involves remembering things in visual pictures. It's hard to explain, but basically when I for example think of a moment in my childhood, I kind of like see it in my head as this a bit blurry slow motion image, And i just thought that's normal, but it's not? Is it in any way possible for you to explain what a normal memory is like? At all? I'm very curious.
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Memory works in small chunks, like breaking down things into smaller details.
For that, you will need to improve vocabulary. So that you can associate things with just one word and then make acronyms of it.
Like if i tell you to recall all your friends name. It won't be easy to recall all of them from 26 chunks (A-Z), but if you try to recall in smaller chunks, like recalling names chunk by chunk starting A and then B and so on, you can recall easily and efficiently.
Another example is to use acronyms to remember stuff.
For example, if there are three things to remember, make its acronyms.
Like USA, which is actually 1) umbrella 2) snowfall and 3) Autumn
The use of this USA acronym is that it forces your brain to break 26 chunks into 3 smaller chunks (total chunks are 26, as 26 alphabets), which are U S and A, and it helps you to recall easily those things you accociated with it.0