Safiya Major
  • Female
  • Zephyrhills, FL
  • United States

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Safiya Major replied to Karyn's discussion applying for SSI
"Trina and to anybody else who may be it may concern:If Social-Security has denied you or you fear you are overwhelmed,there is another agency SI and SSDI.It is the Department of Vocational-Rehab which a Federal/state programme.It is generally to…"
May 25, 2012
Safiya Major and ned bane jr., PsyD are now friends
May 25, 2012
Safiya Major and Princess Kabakole are now friends
May 23, 2012
Safiya Major replied to mary lutz's discussion isolation
"I live in almost total-isolation,my home is filled with nobody but hostile relatives whom I hold no interest in speaking to due to their verbal and physical-abuse over the years.I do not drive and probably cannot drive because I have left-side…"
May 23, 2012
Safiya Major replied to Brian's discussion Drinking after a TBI
"Drinking is dangerous even to those without a brain-injury;it's a poison.It feels good and when done in moderation can be perfectly fine but one should take supreme precaution after a brain-injury when drinking.Many people with brain-injuries…"
May 23, 2012
Safiya Major replied to Douglas Dunning's discussion Does any one have paranoia as a symptom?
"I've always been quite paranoid however since my various strokes I must say it has become much less manageable.I am crazy now without using medication and make the oddest correlations in my head everywhere overarching in every aspect of my…"
May 23, 2012
Safiya Major joined Marie-Terese's group

Central Florida Brain Injury Support Group

Build Brain Injury Awareness Through Knowledge & Partnership Together we can become a strong link in the chain of brain injury recovery through friendship & support.See More
May 22, 2012
Safiya Major is now a member of TBINetwork
May 21, 2012

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I am a brain injury Survivor, Family/Caregiver or professional
What do you find most difficult living with a brain injury
Because I myself am injured in the brain from years of mild-strokes caused by intracranial pressure on my skull around both parietal-lobes and pre-frontal lobes/I caused this over a two year period between the ages of 12 and 14 in deep psychosis by hitting my head hard a repeatedly with a hammer.I am just now having these things looked into through Medicaid and Vocational-rehab now as I admitted to myself and others that I am ill.
are you on another social network such as facebook, so we can varify your a real person trying to apply
I want to speak to others about brain-injury and how it correlates to mental-illness.
my or my families brain injury is concidered
Moderate, Severe, ABI

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Shaun Wesley Best posted a blog post

New to the Beaumount, Texas Area

I am new to the Beaumount, Texas, area, but many are encouraging my positive perspective of brain recovery vs. injured, disabled, retarded, handicapped, crippled, etc., (legal disability environment/fear factor) cognitively challenged (linguistic…See More
Shelah Riggins posted a blog post

Full Circle

As a survivor of Traumatic Brain-Injury who is too stubborn to give up and yield to the notion that I cannot work due to disability, I have--more than once--been a client of the Washington State Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. My file has…See More
Jul 15
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Anthony Aquan-Assee posted a discussion

"Rethink, Redo, Rewired: Using Alternative Treatments to Heal a Brain Injury"

Hello.I want to let you know about the publication of my new book. It is called "Rethink, Redo, Rewired: Using Alternative Treatments to Heal a Brain Injury"It will teach readers about some alternative treatments that can help with many health…See More
May 29

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