Friends who read this site often ask me how I sustained a head injury. I had a series of concussions. It’s kinda embarrassing there have been so many!
It is hard for people to understand how planning, or thinking ahead can just be – MISSING. It’s one of the big reasons people with brain injuries are so misunderstood.
This blog came about from having over and over said “I could write a book on How to do Everything Wrong with a Brain Injury”. I decided that I might as well start blogging about my experience and see
One of the biggest silver linings for me is that I have been given the opportunity to recreate myself. As hard as that is, as little choice as I had in the matter, it is still a huge gift.
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
I just realized something. I am more me than ever before! I really have a “Damn the torpedoes!”* attitude about life now. I am not holding back. I am not