I am a brain injury Survivor, Family/Caregiver or professional
What do you find most difficult living with a brain injury
I WAS STATIONED AT FORT HOOD TX, IN 1978 , I LIVED OFF POST AND WAS AT STILL HOUSE HOLLOW LAKE , SOME FRIENDS AND I DECIDED TO GO TO A BAR , WE HAD NOT DRANK ANYTHING YET BUT I HAD A MOTERCYCLE AND GOT ON IT AS I DROVE OFF EVERYTHING WENT BLANK I WOKE UP 7 DAYS LATER WITH A COMPOUND FRACTURE , CRUSHED ARM , NO HEARING IN MY LEFT EAR AND DAMEGE TO MY 7 AND 8TH CRAINAL NERVES , I WAS 21 THEN AND WORKED TILL 1997 , NOW I GOT FULL MILITARY PENTION BECAUSE A STAFF SARGEN WENT AROUND A GUY WHO JUST GOT KILLED ON HIS MOTERCYCLE IN TRAFFIC ON FM 2410, AND HIT ME , " THEY SAY " CAUSE I DONT REMEMBER NOTHING OF IT THE GUY WHO PASSED AWAY `S AMBULANCE TOOK ME , I WAS TOLD I WAS REVIVED FROM FLAT LINE 3 TIMES , I NOW HAVE 2 DAUGHTERS BEEN MARRIED 33 YEARS , I PRAISE GOD FOR EVERY MOMENT
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"Scott Spitzer, I can relate to not being able to concentrate on too many voices and noise. I get myself lost in what I'm doing if their is too much noise or cross talk around me. I find the only way I can concentrate is by wearing ear plugs…"
I am grateful for the love, support and encouragement, from my Family and friends that I have made here at The Brain Injury Association. Not only can we all relate to Brain Injuries in different ways but we all encourage each other to do what we can…See More