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TolunaTeamAUNZ

  49 months ago

What's Your Opinion (AU): Would you rather lose all of your old memories, or never be able to make new ones?
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Our question this week is: Would you rather lose all of your old memories, or never be able to make new ones?

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Minna64

  48 months ago
I want to keep my old memories as they are such a part of who I am. Also I couldn't answer surveys about what I have done in the past!!! Shock! Horror!
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kanch143

  48 months ago
Yes i would lose my past memories and make new..We have lived our past and it made us who we are now.But what will our lives be if we cant make any new memories..its as if we are already dead
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kanch143

  48 months ago
yes I would lose the pass memories for new ones..I need to see my kids grow up and be there for them..i would lose anything to have that
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kahlessandrew

  48 months ago
This is a very difficult topic to answer! But on balance I'd rather not be able to make new memories because if I lost all my old memories, people who are very dear to me would become strangers, and everything I've learned so far would be eliminated so I would have to learn a great deal again.
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sbognuda

  48 months ago
I would like to keep my old memories as they are part of who I already am and have helped shape the person I am today. Not being able to make new memories would be pretty terrible but at least you can live in the moment and enjoy ehat is happening at the time. Keeping old memories would allow me to keep people that are dear to me but no longer here, alive for just that little bit longer.
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swingoffakable

  48 months ago
I'd rather lose my past streamed with domestic violence & sadness & store new happy memories to be a whole new positive person with no baggage I could find Mr Right and have hope for the future! Only if it wherethat easy..if only!
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Stonehenge

  49 months ago
I would hate to lose old memories as they are the story of my life thus far. If I couldn't make another new memory, then I'd still be happy knowing I've made many memories to last a lifetime.
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ForeverYoung50

  49 months ago
I would rather never be able to make new memories. I'm so sentimental and love my photos and memories of times gone by. Without a past... it's like you don't exist.
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CILLY0

  49 months ago
I would rather keep the old memories and not make any more - that's one question of course that any one with Alzheimer's won't have to make this choice - it will be made for them. And they will cherish all their old memories for as long as they are able.
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rathie17

  49 months ago
It would be terrible either way, but I think losing your old memories would be the most devastating of the two options. With modern technology new memories could be created artificially and stored for access when needed. And if you were unable to make new memories you would not be faced with the problem of forgetting them when they became old.
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