HARDER THAN LIFENew Beginnings Life after Brain InjuryHosted by Craig SiciliaAfter a brain injury life is hard, we no longer can trust our tools in dealing with relationships and the longer time goes on the harder it gets, we are social creatures and we will explore relationships and the difficulty with many aspects of interpersonal skills, trust and…See More
"i draw them but i keep forgetting where i put them, its a life long goal to be appropriate but all we can do is our best, and that has to be good enough because that's all we have, folks need to have flexibility with us or they will constantly…"
How are you? I am excited. I am going to be going to Olympia on Tuesday. For the disability awareness day there. Are you going to be there? Craig is driving us. There is 13 of us staying at the Quality Inn there. By the way what has the weather been like and do you know what it is supposed to be like this week. Especially on Tuesday and on Wednesday. Please write back and tell me as soon as you can.
"Casey - I do believe I can relate to small aspects of what you are discussing. When you say it really interferes with your concentration levels, I can understand parts of that. I was born with Inattentive ADHD due to a non-normal, three…"
I'd like to know if anyone also has dysautonomia spells after their TBI. Most doctors/ therapist think it's a foggy symptom I'm describing, but actually I encountered a therapist who agrees with even MTBI dysautonomia can be present and sometimes a…See More
"Matt congrats on your hard work and fight! And as a new and better Matt :) I can only imagine how hard it must have been. Thanks for the post and encouragement. I'm almost 6 month out from my SIS TBI and it's encouraging to hear your story…"
"Thanks James! What a blessing it was to read your post because this past week I had a few "lows" as I'm sure you know about these days. I found myself questioning again why God let me live through my accident as I sit on my porch in…"
"Keep your head up. It does get better over time, but you have to be patient and you have to work at strengthening your mind, while allowing (and I stress this) it to recover. I am five years removed from a moderate TBI and spinal cord…"