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I typed TBI in facebook and it links to this site.  Why is this linked directly to facebook?  why is this not presented on facebook?I would like to know your favorite brain injury website.KRContinue

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linked from face book faded text and other support websites

I typed TBI in facebook and it links to this site.  Why is this linked directly to facebook?  why is this not presented on facebook?I would like to know your favorite brain injury website.KRSee More
Mar 21, 2012
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"why .... when i type tbi in facebook it leads to here? is this a facebook page?"
Mar 18, 2012
deborah clonch-elliott replied to Ty Daly's discussion What was it that finally let you accept yourself?
"The most difficult part of brain trauma is not being able to explain it to my children.  I've changed so much and family and long time friends don't know me anymore.  The impulsiveness the out of character person I've…"
Mar 18, 2012
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Mar 17, 2012
deborah clonch-elliott replied to Chuck's discussion My Sister has Zero Motivation with Short Term Memory Exercises
"I've written so much down one time i had notes all over the credenza and then notes stuck all over a wooden kitchen chair.  so many so that I got lost amongst the notes.  i've tried... i lost the notes, I lose the notebook, and i…"
Mar 17, 2012
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I was hurt performing worker related duties.  June 3 04.  I was not tested or treated.  An attorney reading my injury accident report asked one ?.  Were u sent to a neurologist.  I wasn't.   It was years before I knew.  meantime I went from a home to homeless.  a job to joblessness.  ....  details are tedious.I had to enter pro se or be out of a chance for worker comp settlement for all time.  for all these years I have not found a single attorney to help me.  still I go to hearings, and now in…See More
Mar 16, 2012
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I am a brain injury Survivor, Family/Caregiver or professional
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What do you find most difficult living with a brain injury
I suffered a second TBI in Nov. the first in 04 unaware for years...
are you on another social network such as facebook, so we can varify your a real person trying to apply
because I've suffered so... lost almost everything.
my or my families brain injury is concidered
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"So, this sign in Bush Park (Salem OR) made it to the Rachael Maddow show! Help, I'm being attacked by owl's! I searched the whole park to find it, here it is :-) I was not attacked by the way. Lovely park near the hospital. "
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After a brain injury there is only one choice and it is up to you

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Get to know the new you. Awareness begins from within

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Don't take things to serious - go with the punches or it will drive you crazy

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If you answered days isn't it time you made some changes REACH OUT

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