This is from “The Ghost In My Brain”:
Because of the visual nature of these representations, shifting through the indexes of all these ordered scenes that make up the flow of time may greatly tax the already overworked visual/spatial processing systems in a concussive’s brain. And as we are seeing in so many different ways, for concussives this visual processing is often the scarce resource that has to be jealously hoarded if they are to even minimally get through the day. Those dealing with concussives may, for this reason, find even the most naturally organized among them reluctant to make plans, to set dates, and to engage in activities such as scheduling their days
An additional problem that I myself had, and that other concussives may share, was that under brain stress I lost the basic concept of before and after—of ordering
I saw so many similarities between myself and that author. Still wondering about thr vususl piece.