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!”
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.
I feel so very confused as to who I am, who I am not, and who I should be, and who I can be. I want to know where the brain holes are so I can avoid them. I want something like a map to a mine field. I want to know exactly what is not working. I want to know exactly what I need to avoid. I want to know what I can do, and do well.
…Hope and “Uneasy Acceptance” are sort of coexisting in me; not at war with each other or vying for attention. If anything the “Uneasy Acceptance” is jumping around in the stands rooting Hope and Hard Work on …
These past few days have been very eye opening in regards to this MTBI (Mild Traumatic Brain Injury).