"Recall reading a book titled Living With Mysterious Epilepsy - My 48 Year Victory Over Fear by Ruth C. Adams, introduction by Walter C. Alvarez, M.D. (Alvarez is author of the Nerves in Collision book about the many non-convulsive epilepsies).…"
"Rachel, You ask some very tough questions. Each person's journey is unique....there are a lot of ups and downs with no magic time table, but things can get much better with time. I was not in a wheelchair, but I continue to work on…"
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Some of what you say speaks VOLUMES to me. I feel for you and what you wrote. I can relate to your circumstance just by what I have experienced w this lady. I wish you the best. I truly do.
THE Show the TBI world, Indiana and Canal Town awaited. Special Edition TMDS this Sunday, at 9 p.m. (that's NINE p.m.) Eastern, 6 Pacific. Renown Neuropsychologist Dr. Samantha Backhaus of the Dr. Lisa Thompson Family Center & Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana will join us LIVE! (yippie yippie yea yea *repeated aplause*) for the first hour and a half, followed by Cambridge City, Indiana (now San Diego; smart man) friend, buddy, pal and recent fellow TBI Survivor Michael Roberson.They'll…See More
"After 8 years of ignorance, how does one adapt? No easy answers (my view). Your symptoms appear to be the consequence of the brain concussion. You might use Google search and look up Cerebellar Cognitive Affective Syndrome;…"