Let me go, Mr. Hill By Shallow South Chapter 1038

Read Let me go, Mr. Hill [by Shallow South] Chapter 1038 – “My condition is fine now, but lately… I suddenly realized that although I’ve forgotten a lot of things from the past, what I’ve forgotten most is the memories with my ex-wife.

“I always thought I didn’t love her in the past. All I remember are the bad things about her. I hate her a lot, but recently, subsequent evidence has appeared, proving I might’ve cared about her in the past. However, I don’t know why I can’t remember that I cared about her and some other things relating to her.”

Shaun muttered, “I used to hate going to places like KFC, but a while back, I heard from my friend that I accompanied Catherine there before. I even offended many people to get revenge for her. I also spent a huge amount of money on buying her a very expensive and meaningful diamond necklace.”

Professor Lincoln’s eyebrows knitted into a frown. He was deep in thought. “You just don’t remember things regarding her?”

“Not really. I can’t remember some other things too. That was why I didn’t take this seriously back then. However, I’ve noticed lately that the things I’ve forgotten seem… mostly related to her. I even… It’s very strange. If I really cared about her before, why would I hate her so much after that?

Furthermore, my memories of hate toward her are still complete. It was only until recently that I suddenly realized that a lot of my memories with her are missing.”

Shaun was confused. He really could not get his head around it.

“I’m sorry, Professor Lincoln. The way I put it might be difficult for you to understand. To be honest, I don’t really know how to describe that feeling myself either.”

Professor Lincoln nodded. Then, he took out a pen and drew a line on a piece of paper. “This line represents your current state. The spaces in between are the memories you’ve forgotten.”

“That’s right.” Shaun nodded.

Professor Lincoln frowned. “Before this, have you ever felt there was something wrong with your memories? Or did you just realize it recently?”

Shaun was taken aback. He shook his head. “The doctor in the past said I had a mental illness in this area. Back then, I was… The doctor said I was similar to those older age patients with brain atrophy. If I didn’t get it treated as soon as possible, I might have degenerated to a r****d or a child.”

Professor Lincoln was deep in thought. “Last question, did your feelings experience any change?”

“Three years ago… the one I loved was another childhood sweetheart of mine. I thought I would love her forever. ” Shaun frowned. “But strangely, after my ex-wife returned, I was easily attracted to my ex-wife again. I’m not a playboy. Recently, I realized maybe I did care about my ex-wife in the past, but because I forgot…”

“You forgot?” Professor Lincoln processed Shaun’s words. “Three years ago, did you notice that your memories of your ex-wife were incomplete? If you didn’t love her, why did you marry her? How did you both interact in your daily life?”

“I can remember.” Shaun nodded. “I remember why we got married. She married me just because she mistook me as the uncle of her ex-boyfriend. When she knew my real identity, she thought of every possible way to seduce me, but I didn’t like her at all. I felt revolted when I was with her. The one I love was another woman.”

“In this case, your memories of your ex-wife used to be a perfectly straight line, but you only just realized that it’s now a dashed line.” Professor Lincoln looked at him calmly. “Many people, when they forget someone they closely interact with in their lives, they’ll slowly realize many weird points. But why did you only realize it after three years? It wasn’t even you who found it out yourself. It was your friend who told you about it.”

Shaun was shocked.

That was true. He had forgotten so many things. However, in his brain, the memories he had with Catherine in the past were still a perfect line, as if he had never forgotten anything.

His tall figure started to tremble. “Professor Lincoln, I… How did I become like this? Is it because of my illness?”

“This kind of situation won’t arise from your illness. ” Professor Lincoln shook his head and took a sip of coffee. “Perhaps the straight line of the memory you thought isn’t actually complete. In other words, someone drew the straight line for you. Do you know about robots? With them, you can delete programs and key in the instructions you want, like who you should obey and who you should like.”

Shaun was mind blown.

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