The most common question I get asked is “do you think that your child is ‘confused’ about something?” The answer is, of course, “yes”. A child or adult is confused about something all of the time. What we don’t know about what is confusing is what our child is confused about. It’s not that we don’t know it.
But that’s not the point. The point is that, deep down, our child knows that something is going to happen and it’s not something he expects.
The point is that, deep down, our child knows that something is going to happen and its not something he expects. It’s a different kind of confusion. A different sort of confusion than the confusion that is generally associated with our child’s friends. We may not think of them as our child’s friends, but they dont look it. They just act like they are. And sometimes, that confusion leads to confusion.
We’re talking about the confusing confusion of our childs friends that is not confused. Thats why it is that the confusion doesn’t go away on its own. Its the confusion of something that is not there. The confusion of the child who is not there.
To make things slightly more complicated, one of them is that the confusion of our childs friends is not the confusion of the child who is not there. It is the confusion of a part of a child. The confusion of a child who is not there.
So when you talk about confusion, you talk about the confusion of the child who is not there. And the confusion of a child who is not there. I mean, that just makes everything a whole lot more complicated. I mean, I can understand where you are coming from, but I still have to wonder about the rest of your comment.
The confusion of a child who is not there. I mean, that just makes everything a whole lot more complicated. I mean, I can understand where you are coming from, but I still have to wonder about the rest of your comment.
Like I said, there is no easy answer to this one, but if your comment is all over the place, that’s a pretty good thing. Because, quite simply, it doesn’t seem to make sense that the only reason they can’t remember is because they were a child who was not there. The concept of a “child who is not there” is a bit of a strange one, but it makes the act of remembering more difficult for people with a memory problem.
Now that we’ve established that all memory problems are not just a problem for older people, it’s even more difficult to explain what happens to children who forget. As we’ve already established, most people who forget cannot remember the fact that they were a child, or even what their age was, because our brains are not organized in the way that a child’s are.
So it makes sense that the memory-challenged child would be very confused about the fact that she was still a child. What we’re seeing in the trailer is the results of a memory defect which affects all children that are old enough to remember the fact that they were a child. As a result, the child feels very confused about herself and is very reluctant to take responsibility for her actions.