"brain injury caused me all kinds of weird changes and the docs have no idea why but we are dealing with them hoping everything goes back to a normal as i stabilize but who knows we just need to try to stay healthy if possible good luck"
I am a tbi surviver of 22 years and I am still working on getting better. I am still partly paralyzed from the accident and hope to someday fully recover. I am glad to be alive though. I feel like I am here to help others. Don't give up keep trying. It is hard work but it does pay off.
PS tell me about your injury... i only notice you are from DC... this is new for me this site and i am not a ' chat' room kinda person. My TBI groudps have been tremendous support after The Almighty Himself.. In the OBIS group which i like best , i note, ( arend't we TBI pattern concious !!!) that GOD, a testimony of HIS work in our recovery is the difference in the level of recovery we achieve ! YEAH !!!
Hello to all, my best wishes to everyone. I wanted to thank TBISN for setting up a community dinner for us all here. I am sad that I had not had the chance to see the email until today. I at first thought was for tomorrow and was excited to partake but then realized it was yesterday. I hope it was a good turn out, it would of been nice to meet other survivors and their families and friends. I just wanted to thank you for hosting such a wonderful event for us all in my community, your wonderful…See More
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On Aug 8 2013 he was in a dirt bike accident. He was going over 78 mph. He ran into a tree and hit the ground. He did not have a helmet. He was in a coma for 32 days. He is still unconscious. I am so scared that he will not wake up. He is getting kicked out the rehab (Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore Md) and sent home. I don't know what to do. Does anyone have any advice for me?See More
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