I do my best, I really do.
But try as I may to keep track of things that friends and family tell me are upcoming for them (medical appointments for example), all too often I forget.
Then of course I kick myself when they subsequently tell me how they got on, when I’d far rather have been in the position of remembering to ask them in the first place.
It’ll make me feel a little better if I know it’s something which also happens to you now and then.
But if it is, I don’t think you or I should beat ourselves up about it.
Much more importantly we shouldn’t feel offended when someone forgets something about us.
You’d need a brain like a super-computer to keep track of everything around you, but that’s just not possible.
But simple practical systems can help.
For me, it’s time to start sticking those Post-It notes on the fridge door again.
I like it when I remember things about people.
They do too.