Say there's roughly a year of time completely missing from your memory, from when you were a child. You remember plenty of things before it, but nothing from that year. Based on small things you've heard from your parents, you realize, over a decade later, that someone might have been doing something really bad to you. That there's a possibility that you forgot that year for a reason. And that, if it is what you're worried about, there's no way to fix anything. Justice can't be served. Nothing productive would come of it. But you can't be sure if it even happened, it's just a possibility.
So you can either decide not to worry, ignore the missing year and carry on with your life as it is... or you can try to find out for sure, and gain nothing but knowledge that might either put you at ease or totally f*ck you up.
What do you do?
- Ignore the possibility, keep going as normal.Vote A
- Look for answers.Vote B