Joshua Puckett says that though TBI can be a hurdle, it may also be an opportunity. What a great outlook! Though it’s hard, Joshua tries to find the silver lining.
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we had our second test, we have the chat-room figured out works great, we had no problems with the video and voice chat, and the phone in went good, our first week we had an echo from a caller and we practiced managing users if that should…
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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