Waking up felt like waiting up for the first time. Everything seemed familiar, yet new. I had to be reminded of a few scheduling things, and there’s a general sense of “new” to everything. It’s pretty surreal.

And this anecdote from the wife about yesterday:

Coming out of bilateral ECT Wednesday, I asked if you would be up for Group in the afternoon.  You replied “Group?  What is Group?”  I said it was your therapy group led by <therapist>.  “I’m trying to picture it.  I just don’t know what it is.”  I called <therapist> to report the situation and say I didn’t think you could make it.  After hearing that, you said “I feel bad.  I think I like <therapist>, but I don’t know who she is.”


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