Time Loss

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time loss (n.)
Applies tosystems, headmates

Time loss is when a headmate or system loses track of the passage of time. This can be caused by dissociation, blending, from not being co-conscious, or other reasons. Typically does not include activities like sleeping, loss of consciousness, or other mental states shared with singlets.

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Dormancy is when a headmate permanently or semi-permanently ceases to exist. If they do come back, they frequently experience time loss.

Time gain is the inverse, where a headmate experiences more passage of time in their current location (headspace, or elsewhere) than has elapsed in the shared reality.