I am sitting here working on my site tonight. Revolver Maps is showing that 3 people elsewhere in the USA are reading this blog at the moment. Welcome! You folks keep me going! I will be posting a lot of new material soon. . . but soon may still be a month or so since I am doing this on …
A multidisciplinary team of researchers at the University of Washington studied 559 adults who have had a traumatic brain injury. They determined that over half (53 percent) of the participants developed major depression in the year following their injury.
Calling a Brain Injury “Mild” is confusing because the patient (and their family and friends) think of the general meaning; not the medical meaning.
Essentially friends of most brain injury survivors fall into four categories with a small amount of overlap. I will use the word “Friends” and “Friend” but “Family Members” fall into similar groupings.
We all heard it. “What the heck? You look fine to me!” Or “Its been months! Get over this brain injury stuff! Move on already!”
The ideal length of a blog post is: It depends. It varies. Meaning, there is no ideal length. The length is dependent on the topic and the writer. Some of