Friday, 22 December 2017

Woman Who Suffer from Epileptic Attack Which Caused Her to Lost Her Memory Falls In Love With The Same Boyfriend

A few months ago, Jessica Sharman, a 19-year-old young lady experienced a miserable epileptic attack, a seizure which caused her to forget all the information in her memory.

As an outcome, she had to do some challenging things, to get back her knowledge especially to the closest people she had in her life - involving her mom, dad, and her boyfriend.

It all happened in the year 2010 when Jessica was traveling with her boyfriend Richard Bishop, and both were going to work. She experienced seizure and later diagnosed with frontal lobe epilepsy.

Her 25-year-old boyfriend Richard Bishop responded quickly and assisted her girlfriend. In spite of and regardless what took place she remains to have excessively lost memory.

Remembering what happened in her environment significantly tested her and stated:

"I didn't know what was going on. Momentary amnesia was normal for me after seizures. But an hour or so later I saw this woman running towards me I had no idea who she was.

"It was my mum, and I just stared at her blankly."

"My world fell apart that day. I was faced with strangers claiming to be my family, telling me things about myself that meant nothing to me."

To persuade Jessica with her relation to them, her family had to display some of their pictures. Consequently, it was hard for them both Jessica and her parents Lisa and Gary Sharman to adjust.

Nonetheless, it is getting difficult for Jessica to satisfy herself having the relationship with Richard in the end.

"To me, he was a virtual stranger," she stated about her partner.

"They left me alone with him and hated it. He was a stranger to me. Rich took me to what was supposedly our favorite park, but I wouldn't even walk next to him. When he held my hand I pulled away."

"He was devastated and adamant we could get back what we had. Seeing how passionate he was convinced me that he must care for me, so I agreed to date him, but made no promises."

Even though she made a "recovery" on her life, Jessica will still be concerned that her findings will later lose her memory as an outcome. Regardless of what happens as long as her family still on her support, she can overcome whatever things may happen.

In her personal statement, Jessica shared:

"I have recovered a life for myself with the help of my family and, of course, Rich. I feel so lucky that he knew me well enough to stand by me even when I thought of him as a stranger. He practically lives in my house now, and our relationship is going from strength to strength."

"Having gotten through the last year, I know I can deal with whatever happens in the future. For now, I want to focus on creating new memories."

source: elitereaders


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