Mykaya
  • 29, Female
  • Washington, DC
  • United States
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I have been living with a TBI for about 9 years, but just diognosed in the last year, I have just thought I was stupid, it never even entered my mind that I sustained a brain injury. It was when I first hear the song Broken by pastor craig, and he talked about his brain injury how were not broken we cant be fixed, but we can achieve and dream. I am really beginning to think I might have hope. And I find myself talking to Jesus now, hope to learn other peoples expierence.

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At 8:09pm on August 2, 2013, Mickey J. Meyer said…

hi, my name is Mickey and how I look at everything is that life is a box of chocolates from smooth to the rocky road. how I look at the world and my life is, is that if you treat people right, they will treat you right as well.

At 8:33am on November 19, 2011, michael harold fairhurst said…

NICE TOO KNOW YOU ALSO...HAVE A GREAT HOLIDAY!

At 10:58am on July 6, 2011, Stephen Johnson said…
hi mykala
At 2:59pm on June 13, 2011, Cathy said…
hi
At 9:20am on May 5, 2011, tbi said…
Things are going alright. Will be playing my music at the BIAW annual convention on May 9 with recording artist Sarah Pray.  See if you like any of it. Best to you!
At 11:26am on August 28, 2010, Goth Girl said…
whats good
At 9:09pm on May 12, 2010, Chris Morriah gave Mykaya a gift
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Hi Mykaya-Tnx for freind request 8) -btw, cool name: Mykaya - How r u doing? Good I hope-Have u had any help/therapy since u knew u had a TBI? Keep in touch >8) -cMorr
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At 4:33pm on January 21, 2010, Maggie MM said…
Hi Mykaya, I have a question for you. You say that you weren't diagnosed with your brain injury for 8 or 9 years, and that it hadn't even crossed your mind until then? I am curious about what you did to get a diagnoses, and if you were involved in an incident 9 years ago that you now realize caused the TBI. I am asking because I got my TBI in a rollover car accident. My friend was driving when we were t boned at an intersection and we both went out the windshield. I landed on my right side and had many fractures in my skull, required a pressure monitor to be placed in my skull, was in a coma, etc. So my TBI was obvious. My friend on the other hand broke her pelvis, had a collapsed lung, fractured her face from forehead to chin among other injuries. She was never evaluated for having a brain injury, which seems so bizarre to me! She didn't have health insurance at the time of the accident, and is now on our state's funded insurance which only covers what they consider necessary medical costs. So she can't just go to a neurologist and say "hey, I think I injured my brain" and pay out of pocket. What actions did you take to get the medical attention you needed for the diagnoses? Thanks for your time, I appreciate any advice you have.
Maggie
At 11:59am on January 1, 2010, THOMAS R. CASTLE said…
Hi Mykaya,
My tbi was 5 years ago and it has been a hard road. My memory is still good; but my motivation has deminished greatly. I try to voice my opinion to others with tbi when I can. We all have to look for what makes a rewarding life for us as we are still our own person with feelings.
Tom.
 
 
 

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