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Category: Mental Health
You Are Wildly Capable
BY: FRANCE THERIAULT Featured Image Description: A letter board that says in white block letters, ‘Never forget how capable you … More
Crossroads: Choosing Life
FEATURED IMAGE DESCRIPTION: a surreal image of a woman with long brown hair and a stripped sweater choosing between one … More
I often thought I would have fared better had my leg or arm been broken, an injury the helpers could see, and empathize with. Instead this invisible injury was to be diagnosed by what I could no longer do.
FEATURED IMAGE DESCRIPTION: The author, France Theriault, poses in front of art work. She has dark glasses and an orange … More
Loving Yourself After Brain Injury
Featured Image Description: A note pad with the words: ‘Get to know yourself. Love Yourself. And most importantly be yourself.’ … More
Brain Injury Awareness from a Traumatic Brain Injury Bloomer Perspective
It messes you up this invisible injury. Making decisions and solving problems takes a lot of energy which can be challenging for people with TBI.
Change the Channel: A Poem
Featured Image Description: A black remote control on top of a wooden table BY: ELIZABETH MacGREGOR … More
ABI Justice: Support and Soothe Tools
Featured Image: Icon images of support and soothe tools – from left to right (top): a hand squeezing a stress … More
Anxiety in PCS Sufferers Can be Managed
BY: ELIZABETH MacGREGOR Before I had my car accident four years ago, I would not have described myself as an … More
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