Home > I Cannot > I Cannot Verbalize My Thoughts

I Cannot Verbalize My Thoughts


I've experienced them for a few years, though the past 3 months or so I feel the cloud every other day and it's impacting my work and school performance - I this is EXACTLY the way I feel in pretty much every conversation, even when I'm talking to people I'm comfortable with. I think I've always had trouble with it, but it seems to get worse the more stressed out I am with schoolwork and all this SA stuff. If you don't have supportive friends and family, I say-buy them!

Today 05:10 PM by SomeTosser 5k 33 Attachment(s) Last one standing 2 Today 05:10 PM by CopadoMexicano 2k 124 Attachment(s) The yum or yuck game Today 05:09 PM by CopadoMexicano 6 The Following 3 Users Say Thank You to ginniebean For This Useful Post: ADHDTigger(08-04-10), angora(08-03-10), RedHairedWitch(08-03-10) ginniebean View Public Profile Find all posts by ginniebean View Blog Page 1 of 2 I found this post as a result of googling to try to figure out what to do about it. If I approuched with a problem, I become frustrated, cant find the words fast enough. https://www.quora.com/Why-do-I-have-so-much-trouble-verbalizing-my-thoughts

Trouble Articulating Thoughts

This can affect our ability to learn because we may hear or observe new information, but it doesn't "sink in" to our memory. You sound a lot like me! I wonder if there's a correlation of increased brain fog between people with limited / low exercise?

Spaced-out: You may notice that your mind randomly goes blank, even when you need it to be focused and primed for a task. Instead you must speak about each item individually and then discuss the links between them. I found a quiz for alexithymia, but it requires manual scoring. Inability To Verbally Express Thoughts Drowsiness: For some individuals, dealing with brain fog can result in drowsiness.

And being tired. Verbalizing Internal Thoughts People say I shouldn't care what other people think of me but it's easier said than done. Now im thinking the apple didnt fall far from the tree. here He has a learning disability in written expression but it is now becoming more apparent verbally too.

Anubis Social Anxiety Forum 11 03-11-2009 03:56 AM LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks Contact Us - Social Phobia World - Privacy Statement - Top Mobile Version Powered by vBulletin Version 3.8.8Copyright Hyperlexic Unfortunately, I am not aware of any direct parallel for the inability to adequately express thoughts, nor of any direct treatments, and I was not able to find anything in the I think I'll be visiting this place more frequently. I wonder if your son's thoughts are just too fast for his mouth to handle...kwim?

Verbalizing Internal Thoughts

I think a lot of times an anxiety sufferer feels rushed, like they have to answer or do things right away; further perpetuating the anxiety. Continued I agree with this right here. Trouble Articulating Thoughts Reply Link Faye February 17, 2016, 12:00 am Hello Shane, I don't know when you wrote this message, but I was hoping I could talk to you. Difficulty Expressing Thoughts Verbally Profile Report 7h Butterfly Joined: 14 Dec 2008Age: 28Gender: FemalePosts: 13Location: Sweden 16 Dec 2008, 12:57 am It happens to me all the time.

It's hard to concentrate and I usually talk myself out of it, but it's getting worse. It's like I have thoughts and feelings inside me in my own language, and can't verbalize them. SO, here is my point to telling you all this stuff about me and my experience….This nurse practioner, whose specialty focused on mental health, was a Godsend. but since there was little exercise of "output" (speaking, verbalizing) the "output" area of our brain is less developed. Verbalize Every Thought

alexs_mom View Public Profile Find all posts by alexs_mom #14 08-03-10, 08:30 AM Tisha ADDvanced Member Join Date: Feb 2010 Location: Indianapolis, IN Posts: 208 Thanks: 30 Thanked It just kind of makes sense in my head, and I can't get the words out. The Following User Says Thank You to Sabs For This Useful Post: ditzydreamer(07-20-10) Sabs View Public Profile Find all posts by Sabs #5 07-19-10, 03:30 PM spaceyKP Member Back in high school I was fine just listening to music during bus rides, and in college I was able to listen to it while falling asleep, but now I do

The time now is 12:12 AM. Expressive Language Disorder When I write my thought process is so quick that I forget one of my connecting thoughts and fail to use it as a link, creating a skip and void in You may forget to show up for meetings or appointments.

Doing some stints of transcription helps.

How do pilots identify the taxi path to the runway? Explain your circumstances if money is tight, there are usually options to help. You may see the questions, but may be thinking about a song you heard earlier in the day. Word Power Made Easy Why fragment into pieces and pull apart the wholesome experience into tiny particles that cause me to say "well I don't like it anymore like this, it's broken up and no

Sometimes I can't relate - I generally know why I like a specific object like a carpet. In 2012, I started spiraling downward to the lowest point I've ever been and the worst I could ever imagine being. I think I should check them again. Prior to your experience of brain fog, expressing yourself may have been natural and easy.

At work I always try to think things through before I speak. I recently had a sleep test done in which I learned allot from the Dr of how sleep effects many aspects of your health to include mental health. I hope that those of us who find a solution come back and share the results. I know that this extreme (EXTREME) stress is temporary and it will pass, but the problem is that I have brain fog at a time that requires higher brain function.

Reply Link SAH January 5, 2016, 6:25 am Brain fog has cost me my job. Quote: Originally Posted by spaceyKP Sometimes I think part of the problem might be that I can visualize what I'm thinking or the thought makes sense to me, but when I Since college started, I have not been able to focus on anything, I am constantly tired, and I struggle to write all of my papers.