Hello Julie. Nice to meet you on-line. I see you are dealing with depression and nightmares. How long have you had TBI? What were your circumstances-how did you become TBI? I agree with you, loss of self is devastating. I really like who I was before this happened. Hope to hear from you, I have lots of info to share. take care,
Thank you for reaching out to me. I hope you are doing well today. Please let me know if I can help you in any way. If you have questions the articles with in my Site Map on my web site, Second Chance to Live may be of benefit to you my friend. I have lived with an invisible disability and a traumatic brain injury for nearly 42 years. There is much hope.
Thank you again for reaching out to me!
God bless you my friend and have a pleasant evening.
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