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Accepting My New Self

Does anyone on here had a hard time accepting themselves after their injury/accident? I have struggled with this from the get go. It seems…

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Sound, noise, music and TBI

Here is another question I have.  It is about new reactions to old sounds.My partner liked dogs, but hated dog barking.  Since the TBI, how…

Started by Queenie Alexander in Emotional/Physical/Spiritual Adjustment

16 Dec 4, 2016
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Accepting My New Self

Does anyone on here had a hard time accepting themselves after their injury/accident? I have struggled with this from the get go. It seems…

Started by Stephanie in Uncategorized

306 Jun 1, 2016
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Neuroplasticity

A question please - What does the word - neuroplasticity - mean to you? I am interested in responses from persons with mild brain concussio…

Started by Charles Thomas Wild in discussions

5 Mar 22, 2016
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Here's the trailer for my new documentary film on artists with TBI!

The blog at www.WhoAmIToStopIt.com has lots of info on the film, disability arts, and all sorts of discussions about social issues. This…

Started by Cheryl Green in discussions

1 Mar 17, 2016
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My brain injured mother is living in her car......

My mothers name is Nyla, In 2009 when I was 8 1/2 months pregnant she was on the losing end of a bus vs van collision. She broke most of th…

Started by Kachele in discussions

2 Mar 2, 2016
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HBOT Therapy - Your experiences please

Hyperbaric medicine, also known as hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT), is the medical use of oxygen at a level higher than atmospheric pressu…

Started by Charles Thomas Wild in discussions

1 Feb 16, 2016
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0 Jan 17, 2016

Holiday blues- making it through

Remember you are living with a brain injury and things process differently and carry more of a emotional impact.  And if you think about…

Started by TBI Survivors Network in discussions

1 Dec 21, 2015
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Struggling to work and keep my job

I am a TBI survivor. After working hard to go back to work. I finally got my job back after 2.5 years of struggle and hard work. Now, after…

Started by Becca Dixon in Life Skills

11 Oct 26, 2015
Reply by Marty Salo

TLE - Amnesia - TEA

This may explain, for a few, perplexing memory difficulties: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transient_epileptic_amnesia (TEA) Topics:  TEA, A…

Started by Charles Thomas Wild in discussions

1 Oct 26, 2015
Reply by Marty Salo

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