Forgetful Fred – Character Insight

Forgetful Fred is a character that forgets a lot of important things. He doesn’t have Alzheimer’s or dementia,  he is just very forgetful.

I, too, am very forgetful. I have had several concussions in my life from falling and hitting my head. Being forgetful is frustrating.

Despite being forgetful, Forgetful Fred does lead a full and productive life. He works for an advertising company in downtown Toronto. He commutes to work by train and subway. He owns a house outside of the city. He and his wife, Sarah are expecting their first child.

Forgetful Fred’s forgetfulness could just be due to the fact that he has a lot on his mind. It could be just from stress of everyday living.

Forgetful Fred is married to a beautiful woman, Sarah. He is grateful that he has such a kind and considerate wife.

Character Pit

Pit Questions and Answers

  1. Which character has a jealous tendency?
    – I don’t think either of these characters would be jealous of one another. They have an unbreakable bond.
  2. Which character have I written about the most?
    – I have written about Forgetful Fred the most because he is a main character.
  3. Which character feels like they are treated fairly?
    – I think both these characters feel like they are being treated fairly, although I am sure Forgetful Fred would like to be in control of his memory more.
  4. Do these two characters like each other?
    – These two characters are in love with each other. That is why Sarah takes care of Forgetful Fred and helps him out when she can.
  5. Which character is closer to my heart?
    – I think Forgetful Fred is closer to my heart, mostly because he is a main character and also because I know how it feels to be forgetful.
  6. Will I be writing future stories about these two characters?
    – Absolutely!

To sum up the character pit between Forgetful Fred and Sarah, I believe these two characters can show others that they can overcome any obstacle just by being there for each other.

Further Reading

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