So, as silly as this may sound, I'm going through a phase where basically the most simple things that I once was able to say without even thinking about them, seem to have started to get foggier and foggier in my head. The issue here is now the use of "after" and "before when" in one sentence, for instance in the following sentence:
The ban was lifted only after two weeks from when it was put in place.
Now, I am well aware that there are way simpler ways of saying the same thing and getting across the same meaning and that this just sounds a bit awkward even if it's grammatically correct , however I can't help but wonder if the use of these two words together is correct or not.
Any input would be greatly appreciated.
BTW, while we're at it, if you've ever experienced anything like what I described on the top, please let me know if you overcame it and everything went back to normal after a while or if it was the start of forgetting the language for you. That is, of course, if that language wasn't your mother tongue.