There is a paradox when it comes to emotional, or traumatic, memories.

There is a paradox when it comes to emotional, or traumatic, memories.

There is a paradox when it comes to emotional, or traumatic, memories. On the one hand there are people who can completely forget traumatic or highly emotional memories, and on the other there are people who cannot stop remembering them. How can the research we’ve covered on the affects of emotion on memory and trauma make sense of this paradox