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My wife, her mother, her son & daughter, twin granddaughters, her daughter's children all have it, whatever "it"is, Always are uncertain which way to turn at intersections.
Seem to be of above-average intelligence in other areas and extreme motivation in all areas; work, athletically, creatively.
I am no expert, but having worked with children with all kinds of special needs, I would suggest that you may have a very mild form of dyspraxia, a condition which normally implies inability to plan complex actions, or form that kind of memory of a complex action which allows you to do it without thinking.
I wonder if this a sacrifice to boost other elements of the brain Sometimes it seems to be familial.
(especially my husband who is a cartographer and never lost). I started searching the net today on the subject, but so far I haven't had any luck finding any scientific explanations for this "condition".
I always describe it to people as similar to dyslexia but with directions - almost feeling like I am lacking a 'magnetic centre of direction' in the brain - so you could be on to something. One article I found suggested that sense of direction is related to the function of the brain's hippocampus area, so I'll just start searching for more info on that.
Most people still don't get diagnosed (I didn't until I was 34 and I had to get it done privately).
I found learning to drive difficult and didn't pass until the 5th attempt and now I am driving ok but I still have huge problems with directions especially at roundabouts.