I repost this every so often because nearly every bereaved parent I know wonders, at some point, if they are going crazy.
Things that used to be second nature escape us. We can’t remember words, names, dates, how to write a check or address an envelope. Sometimes we get lost in our own neighborhood.
It’s not early-onset dementia (for the majority of us, anyway)-it’s grief brain.
Read the rest here: Grief Brain: It’s a Real Thing!