hello roger thank you for your comment on my blog i was just beginning to grow discouraged using this site as i havent run across any other form of interaction with anybody on this site best of luck with your everything you do and plan to do and in recovery ttyl im sure
I just watched the video of people with brain injurys like i have saying some of their poetry out loud and what i felt was anger for what they are going through because i had a horrific car accident and i had a blood clot on my brain and i was in a coma for one month, but that was 24 years ago and now i do almost everything normally again. I speak normal and i even drive and i guess i feel like that's not fair to the people i just watched, considering i am a TBI survivor and i probably should be where they are, so please forgive me?
I really like what you said about treating yourself more gently and patiently on the days when your scores are lower. I definitely find that I can't access certain information or functions as well some days, and that I have to…"
I was Angela Betancourt for less than a year before my husband was killed in the car accident where I sustained the TBI. I was a widow with his name for much longer than we were married, for the past five years. On the last day of the Tucker family reunion, I announced that I'm legally returning to my maiden name. Angela Leigh Tucker, who was born in Alabama. Friends and family ask how it feels. Truthfully, I feel freed from the daily reminder of what I lost. Of who I lost. I embrace my…See More
"When I logged onto Lumosity in 2009, my BPI (Brain Performance Index) was 421. I had no idea how bad that score was. Last week, my BPI was 1,400! I train consistently four or five mornings a week. I often use my scores as a…"