Just remember to be patient when you are becoming someone you haven’t been before.
You didn’t fall apart. Maybe you did. But only temporarily.
Through TBI there might be battles to overcome but it does not mean you’re broken, take time to slow down and appreciate the little things.
Change the Channel: A Poem
Featured Image Description: A black remote control on top of a wooden table BY: ELIZABETH MacGREGOR … More
Selfishness or self care
BY: ELIZABETH MacGREGOR No, I cannot spend more than two hours having lunch. No, you cannot talk to me endlessly … More
How music therapy can help after brain injury
BY: KRISTA TOLOMIZENKO For many people with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI), rehab or therapy is a necessary regimen to regain basic … More
Having Trouble Focusing? Here are some tips that can help
BY: SOPHIA VOUMVAKIS One of the struggles I faced after sustaining my Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) was difficulty focusing. Apparently … More
The pain of post-ABI boredom
BY: ALISON After my concussion, I lived in ‘stimulation jail’ for several months (and, when my symptoms require it, I still do.) The … More
Planned structure: why it’s important post-ABI + 8 tips getting started
BY: CELIA M One of the many things we lose during recovery from an ABI is structure in our day-to-day routines. … More
Put it in a bubble and blow it away
by Alison Since my injury, I’ve had a difficult time letting go of negative thoughts and feelings, especially after unpleasant … More
Exercise Your Memory with an Active Singing Meditation
Meditation is often thought of a silent experience, but our new columnist Krista Schilter shares how an active singing meditation can … More
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