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You Can not see a brain injury

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"Living with the after effects of a TBI seems like a combo of the movies 50 first dates & Groundhog day"
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Brain Injury is invisible, please don't make survivors invisible show them you care

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brain injury means for some being lost in your own mind

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Jennifer

Has taken years & years of Keep On Keeping On, but I have changed in more ways than I could ever write. Only…

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Learn about brain injury you cannot see it, just because you cant see it don't mean it don't devastate live i bet the dinosaurs didn't see the comet but it devastated them to extinction

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learning to live with a brain injury rather than surviving is a life long process, and it takes years to just survive little alone live

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Brain Injury Happens is an instant - there is nothing you can do PRAY IT DON'T HAPPEN TO YOU

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