In the Beginning

The focus of this chapter is discussing the early years of my life, probably through high school.

How was I abnormal when I was young? I was always smart, but not ridiculously so. I learned to read in first grade like everyone else.

The first time I can recall partitioning my mind was during spelling tests in the second grade. I obviously knew nothing of mind partitioning when I was that young. This is what I have since come to call the memory partition. It isn't a full partition, but more of a pseudo-partition.

The End

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