I've done some research on mnemophobia, the fear of memories, which tells me that typically one inflicted with this will be in constant denial concerning memories they used to have, but my questions about this are: 1: Will they be in utter denial for all forms of memories, being stuck with something akin to a self-inflicted amnesia? As denial is the"unawareness of the existence of something or is incapable to accept it, or accepting it as it is.." Would they either be in self-inflicted amnesia, or would they have completely different memories all together that their brain unconsciously concocted to prevent the one inflicted with this from being aware of their "old" memories. 2: What kind of events could cause one to be afraid of memories, or to be afraid of their own memories. 3A: Making mnemophobia be apart of the antagonist's motives behind their... antagonizing? Could this be done? 3B: On the subject of motives, what kind of thoughts would a person inflicted with mnemophobia have and how would they handle them? How would they react if their "old" memories are brought up or if they're reminded of it somehow? I've also tried to think of ways a character could be brought into the plot who fears or despises the past, or rather, has an obsession with making the future, or perhaps a goal that deals with preservation of the present. Whichever, I'd like to ask similar questions as above, rather with the past instead of "memories," though the two could be similarly.