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I'm sorry to hear about your trauma, but agree that it can be a blessing, for some, not to remember. This is mainly due to memory center dysfunction at the time of the trauma, and it's supposed to be protective. However, if you ever begin feeling distress, or getting those memories back, definitely seek therapy for help!
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