The next phase is what Johnson calls uneasy acceptance. This is when head-injured people learn where they stand and what their limits are. They’ve learned after many failings and many times of paying for it, that
Cliche’ to Creativity
What does it take to heal from a TBI? What does it take to rebuild a life or to build a new life as the new person one has become?
Still in the Trees
WOW! What a difference those 20 months have made. I was deep in depression when I started writing; very deep. I saw the rehab psychiatrist which is when my
Reality: Can you take it?
There is a difficult delicate balance I try to maintain on this blog of speaking the truth of my experiences with having a TBI without ever wanting to sound like I am complaining or whining. I see people having the same difficulty on other TBI sites. Out of curiosity, I looked up the definition of Complain on Dictionary.com. com·plain–verb (used …
I cry at commercials
One of the effects of having a TBI is that my filter has been stripped from my brain. I experience everything with a depth and sensitivity almost as if I am personally experiencing instead of viewing something.