Larry, I don't know if this is about memory or reading comprehension. It's true that Brain Integration fixed whatever part of my brain that couldn't comprehend what I was reading, but remembering was worse for me!
So, the comprehension piece was, like, I'd be in Sunday school and the teacher would ask me to read something then respond as to how I felt about what I'd just read. Contact have to meet me thereI couldn't do it. I'd have to reread it - right there on the spot - and would generally just make up something vague as an answer.
Worse neverthough, I couldn't ever study and remember what I'd studied. Many a time in college I would spend time preparing a sheet of notes on the subject matter I thought would be on each test. Then, knowing that I could keep the information in my brain for at least an hour, I would use the sheet of notes and re-read it and re-read it for that hour or so before the test. Then, I would rush in and take the test, as quickly as I could and leave. I'd generally get a C or a D every time. It was SO frustrating.
I distinctly remember once, I left the room with a couple of buddies, who had finished about the same time. As we walked to the student union they were asking, "what did you get on question five?" and "how did you answer the essay question?"
As always, after leaving the classroom, I couldn't remember anything on the test, let alone specific questions. It was SO frustrating!
Since brain integration, though it's taken some work, not only do I remember stuff, I remember it days, weeks and months after! I actually have long-term memory! AAAAH! I love it! I love it! Thank you!
Thank you SO much for helping our dad!
When mom told us that he was forgetting things more and more, and when she found his eyeglasses in the freezer, we all began thinking dementia and began preparing mentally for the future.
Since finding you and having you do Brain Integration on him, not only is he not forgetting things, he's taking computer classes and flourishing! The forgetfulness seems a thing of the past. Thank you so much, again!