Hi! I'm a young stroke survivor (28 now, happened when I was 20), and I've been struggling with this issue for a few years but only just gathered the energy to actually ask about it. I've gone through TMS symptoms before, but that was before I found out about the stroke (long story, happened in 2013 and I didn't know for sure what had happened until 2018). I don't really have anything in the way of physical disability, it's pretty much all cognitive and one of those is a problem with memory. Sometimes it's my working memory, and other times it's accessing parts of my long term memory, but therein lies the problem. I've done a lot of journaling in my time, and one repeat issue I've noticed is that I can remember a part of an event that happened, for example my mum getting angry shouty when I snuck out of the house when I was grounded - that's pretty much where it ends. I don't remember much of the detail surrounding it like what was said, how she reacted apart from "angrily", how I felt about it, etc. How should I approach these kinds of things in future journaling sessions? I guess there's a chance it could come back to me in the future but it hasn't happened more than once or twice in the past few years. How do I acknowledge and try to make peace with something that I can barely remember? How would someone release emotions that almost seem like they're there without an inciting incident? Thanks for reading and any insight people can give!