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.
I am introducing myself with two of these powerful words: “I am.” (What you choose to add after them could change your destiny for the day, for the months to come and for the rest of your life).
BY: ELIZABETH MacGREGOR No, I cannot spend more than two hours having lunch. No, you cannot talk to me endlessly … More
BY: ALYSON ROGERS For two and a half years, I worked at a social service agency for youth in Toronto. … More
BY: ALYSON ROGERS Before my brain injury, I was convinced yoga wasn’t for me; I was a year-round athlete and … More
BY: JULIA RENAUD I’ve been getting lots of good feedback about the Quick Facts section, so this month I am … More
BY: ALYSON ROGERS Statistically, the likelihood of me being up to ring in the New Year on January 1st is slim. … More
BY: ALISON Studies have long shown that sleep deprivation, especially when chronic, can have detrimental effects to our health. Just … More
BY: CELIA M One of the many things we lose during recovery from an ABI is structure in our day-to-day routines. … More
BY: MARK KONING I recently went through a re-training session to once again become a mentor in BIST’s peer support … More