natnat wrote:Hi just wondering, I have allways been terrible for saying the wrong word in a conversation without realising. I only know I do it because my Husband and kids are allway correcting me. I will say completely the wrong name, place or something.
( it does explain why people give me funny looks sometimes. lol ) I often wonder what things I have said to other people without realising.
It is just that as my symptoms have got worse over the last couple of years so has the words and sometimes I can't get the right words out. I get it with migraines sometimes but now I am getting it all the time. I just wondered if it is a symtom.
l00pyp0u wrote:did one this morning, just to myself, but I was reading abook and came across the word talk. Now i don't know why but I was completely confused by the word, couldn't understand what it meant, or even make sense of the spelling of the word, it just suddenly didn't make anysense what so ever. Took me a full 5 minutes to get round to the fact that the word was talk and meant speaking.
For me this has really upset me today, as I really dont know what I would do with out my books to escape into, and actually I am worried that this is going to get worse, I know I struggle with speach sometimes, the brain just strings a sentance together, but the mouth doesn't quite get the message, and I get very frustrated, and occasionally I will loose a word for months, but it has never happened when I am reading before. another one for the Dr,. oh well it's going on the list now, poor GP,
Stone wrote:I've started getting words wrong, especially ones that sound the same but are written differently. I got right and write the wrong way around yesterday, been very good at English since forever so I was mortified
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