"I have had a distinct awakening experience with HBOT. My cognition is clearer than it has been since the accident, although the therapy is in no way a "silver bullet." I have many of the fatigue-related limitations of TBI…"
"Hi Diane,Indeed, it does get better. It is a long, long road.I had my auto-trauma in 1990. I too have diffuse axonal injury, was in a 10-day coma with a six-week period of post-traumatic amnesia (the time between the day of the trauma…"
Apr 28, 2012
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"Stephen, it is so hard, and our focus can just get so "shifty," our thinking unreliable. I am glad you are here; this board is a 'safe-place.' So sorry you have felt attacked, misunderstood, and you've felt…"
"Thanks Scott for your request to that I be added a a friend on here and that I am honored that you listen to my blog talk radio show..
As you know its on the internet every Thursday afternoon @ 3:00 pm est until about 3:45 pm est…"
"Tony -- I second Angela's sentiment. I am 22 years post-trauma (auto accident/10-day coma/6 week period of post-traumatic amnesia) and *accepting the change* -- fully -- is so difficult. You will move through the sense of…"
"Good show, Mark -- pleased to hear you had such success! I am a traumatic brain injury 'survivor,' and was considering the purchase of a home chamber a while ago; and your information is very encouraging when considering…"
"Hey John -- Have not tried it (yet), but have intereacted with Diane Pechenick whose online Facebook group is "HBOT for Health."
She is very open to being contacted, and the questioning presented on the page is…"
Got it from my sister (we exhange based on lists-of-what-we-want (no unwanted gifties...efficient!!). And I was so touched by your You Tube series, wanted to read your stuff.
I am email@example.com.
Nice, nice awareness: "as I still try to do things that are difficult for me, and then tire when my organizational skills fail me, so I lean on my sense of humor and that usually carries me through." That is one of the…"
"Glad you touched back in, Mary. Christmas is just about over, and it seems I *slept) most of the day away! Literally!!
Negotiating an appearance of our brain injury 'depression,' related to being overcome…"
"Yes, Mary. Brain-trauma with all of its associated limitations (e.g., memory, energy) plays right into what you are feeling. And our kind of alienation is *brutal* at significant times in the calendar year like the Christmas…"
Thanks Scott for your request to that I be added a a friend on here and that I am honored that you listen to my blog talk radio show..
As you know its on the internet every Thursday afternoon @ 3:00 pm est until about 3:45 pm est and the shows are archived and can be listened to afterwords. here is the link. www.blogtalkrado.com/fantasticfrank
I am always seeking out people to be interviewed on my show. so anyone who reads this and is interested in sharing their story with my listeners should get in touch with me my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Holidays are a hard time for many survivors, the memories of all our losses, all those people who no longer want to be part of our lives, the season intensifies this, share how you make it through it together we can help one another make it…
A Legend is gone he lived with brain injury for 50 years and inspired millions, shows that survivors can do anything, it also should remind everyone you cannot see a brain injury read is story, and the struggles and just how hared it is to be…