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I wake up every day without a memory of 23 years and mistake my fiancée for a pedophile

Bermaid revealed that her memory loss was so severe that she woke up regularly thinking she was six years old. She forgets all her memories and even thinks her fiancée is her kidnapper.

Chloe Bernard can wake up next to her fiancée because of her rare brain condition, without knowing who she is or where she is. increase.

The 29-year-old often wakes up thinking she's a child or teenager after years of memory loss, and her 9-year-old partner James. I believe (39 years old) has kidnapped her.

Her memory usually returns within 24 hours, but James decides to calm her with the help of Chloe's parents, Trish (49) and David (56). I have been forced to do so. Use her wrench to try to persuade her stranger to call the police.

Chloe from Leicestershire, England, said: I'm back 6 years old. That was horrible.

"One night I and James had a trivial [discussion], but I was [upset] to him and something woke me up, so I went to bed.

"I went downstairs and there was a staircase. I couldn't recognize the house, but I thought," There is a staircase and I'm 6 years old, so it must be my house. " rice field.

Chloe once woke up believing she was six years old, and accused her fiancé of being a pedophile.
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"My partner is sitting on the couch with his dog I didn't know it was mine. I sat down on the steps and said, "Who are you and who is the dog?" I want mom and dad.

"He knew what to do to avoid panic. He put me back upstairs, went to bed completely naked, and told me to go to bed. I I told him I wanted mom and dad instead of going to bed in pedo. I stood there with Nan's teddy bear.

"I called the police I tried, but he picked up my phone. I didn't want him to touch me. I picked up a [wrench] and knew it could hurt him if needed.

"He asked what I was going to do with it, and I hit him with it when he came near me, and I was my mom and dad

He calmed me down and said, "I know your mom and dad." We called them and they explained it, and when I woke up the next morning I was completely fine.

Once when she couldn't recognize her fiancé, Chloe believed that he had kidnapped her.
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"James woke up when he was 16 again When I asked who he was, he knew I had an episode, so he took me to work on his truck, so he doesn't know where I am. Did not leave me at home.

"I asked my mother and dad if they knew I was with him and asked them to call me. My mother told me that we love each other and are engaged.

"I wanted to believe her, but I didn't. It was really hard for me. I told him I needed a pee, so we stopped by the service and lined up in the toilet line behind the toilet to get their attention without revealing it to James. I was looking at the staff. I wanted them to call the police.

"I thought he was kidnapping me. The staff asked me" Is it okay? " I said I was going to get on the truck, but I didn't know the driver, but my mom said it was okay, but I didn't know what to do.

"They offered to call the police, but I didn't want to bother him because my mother said it was okay.

Chloe has had episodes were she believes she's still a teenager.
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"I went back to the heavy truck and went to sleep. I came to 19 years old, James. It's been a year since I knew.

"I knew who he was, but I thought he was working in the woods garden. We I knew it had something to do, but I wondered why we were on a heavy truck. He said, "I'm dizzy."

"I slept again, and when I woke up, I was fine."

Barmaids and truck drivers Chloe are usually stressed and sleep deprived. I have an episode caused by her once every few months, but doctors suspect that it may be related to the stroke she suffered at the age of 19.

She was diagnosed in 2018 after traveling to a pub with James, David and his girlfriend. There, despite a five-year relationship, she suddenly loses recognition of her fiancé and forgets how to drive her, she is still her ex.

Chloe, pictured with her fiancé, sometimes wakes up thinking she is still dating her ex boyfriend.
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Chloe said: Going back to the bathroom and not recognizing the other two, I thought I was there as a plus one with her father. I went with it. I thought it was my dad's friend or colleague.

"I wasn't aware of my fiancé at all. We decided to go drinking, my dad got into the car, and I'm what's going on I was wondering if

"My partner I didn't notice asked if I was going to get in the car, I said okay, but I was my dad

"I thought this was the worst in history for me and a new level for my dad.

" I'm on the passenger side I got into the car and said I had to drive because I drank very little. He thought it was very rude, but I got to the driver's seat and didn't know how to drive.

"He asked if I would turn on the car and told him I wouldn't drive. I passed the test a year ago but didn't know about it.

Chloe has forgotten every day things like how to drive a car.
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Not so, because he said he was my partner He said it wasn't. I thought I was with my ex, so he got out of the car and I locked myself in from the inside while I was on the phone. Minutes.

"My mother explained that he was my partner. She came to pick me up, she had another stroke for me. I was worried that I might wake up. "

Chloe believes that malaise and stress are major factors, so she tries to get enough sleep and stay as calm as possible. However, episodes can occur at any time.

Chloe states:

Chloe said James deals with her condition well but that it worries him.
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They say stress is a factor. I don't know if they have anything to do with my stroke, but if so, it took me six years for it to start happening.

"I have to deal with it, but it shatters you. It can take a full week to recover.

" James handles it really well. But it worries him. I couldn't imagine that someone would have to take care of going through it. "

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