Well...Notice that I haven't taken your complete survey, (nor do I plan to) but as you ask discussion board questions,one by one, I am answering them. Why is this so?
A lot of us have emotional and physical disorders. So removing the barrier of not making it too hard would be my first suggestion.
I can't speak for others, but parts of my memory are often times are a pencil and a piece of paper, (it goes with the territory). Realize that with PTSD our minds are not organized like a normal memory (library). Rather our memory(library) has memory (books) scattered haphazardly all over the place. We need an environment where we can separate our thoughts and create some type of organization we can understand. We need a process that supports context and dialog.(which would be opposite of a timed drill/race).
If you require me to create a new name and a new password, and I find the process frustratingly difficult. As a survivor, life on life's terms is hard enough. If the process becomes too complex, I am out. (I already have an established name and password to remember, in order to be here).
If, on the other hand, you make it easy, I will give you the sky...!!!
Learning to Fly (Pink Floyd)
Rise above the storm and you will find the sunshine ~ M.F. Fernandez