If we would have remembered everything from our day one, how would it affected our today's psyche?
Normally an average person start remembering things from age of 4 or 5 years. And these memories have strong effect on psychology of one. The memories or incidents before this age are also there in subconscious but not in conscious. What would happened if memories of even from day one would be in someone's conscious ?
I can remember being ina big pram with my two brothers so I was less than one year old...I am not sure what effect it has had,I think even if you don;t remember it can still affect you.
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