Everyday mundane chores become BIG when you have a TBI. Grocery shopping and shoveling that white, powdery stuff that falls from the sky can be huge challenges. BUT, oh how fun, when they are done!
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"I'm sorry it has taken me so long to respond. Things have been crazy--as you can imagine I'm sure. Have been thinking about joining a group here in Spokane, but just can't figure out how I can find enough time. When I have…"
August 29, 2011 at 7pm to December 21, 2012 at 8pm
STEPS OF ISOLATIONWITH: Craig Sicilia and Special Co-host Cheryl GreenThanksgiving not only is the beginning to Black Friday but the beginning for many to a dark, harsh hell. So much pain and regret for many as well as disappointment of epic proportions. So much so that many find it hard to trust and reach out to others little alone…See More
I'm sorry it has taken me so long to respond. Things have been crazy--as you can imagine I'm sure. Have been thinking about joining a group here in Spokane, but just can't figure out how I can find enough time. When I have a few minutes--I tend to fall asleep.
well I had an open brain injury 17 years ago, and had just about found my way back to earth when 2 years ago I had a brain anuerism. I can walk again (most of the time without a noticable limp). I have started back to shcool.
Every day is a struggle but there are really no other options so I deal. Thank you for the request it is nice to know that there are people who may want to understand. But until you have been trapped in this cage you really can't.
I hope this finds you well and at peace, your new friend:
hi sophia, thanks for the friend request. right now shelbi is in a rehab hispital. we have been waiting for over a year for her to get her skull back in. the surgery was last thursday. she got her trach out today. i can't believe its gone. a year and 8 months she had it. now we have to work on coughing. tell me about you.