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Who Could Forget? by Frank Healy

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Who Could Forget? by Frank Healy


Frank Healy’s remarkable ability to remember every day of his life since the age of six is truly extraordinary. Through his book, readers will embark on a journey through the highs and lows of his life, experiencing every moment with vivid detail and clarity.

While many may envy Frank’s ability to recall cherished memories such as vacations and accomplishments, the book also delves into the challenges of remembering every negative event, from job difficulties to romantic breakups. Frank’s story offers a unique perspective on the complexities of memory and the impact it can have on our lives.

In addition to sharing his personal experiences, the book provides insights into the mental strategies Frank has developed to navigate his extraordinary memory, including techniques for recalling dates and days of the week stretching back centuries. Through exercises included in the book, readers can explore these techniques for themselves, gaining a deeper understanding of the fascinating world of memory.

Overall, Frank Healy’s story is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and the power of memory to shape our lives. His book offers a captivating glimpse into the inner workings of a mind that remembers every moment, both joyful and challenging, and invites readers to explore the wonders of memory alongside him.

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Author Bio:​


Frank Healy remembers every day of his life since he was five years old. He remembers the day of the week, the weather in his area, news events, and personal experiences. In 2011 Frank was a research subject at the University of California and is one of about 90 people whom they have classified as having “Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory”. You can ask him any date in the past 58 years, and he will tell you the day of the week, the weather, and what he was doing. Frank works as a Licensed Professional Counselor helping people heal the emotions from past trauma, and he is a life coach who helps people improve their memory skills.
 
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