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Susan Bires commented on Inez's blog post If God Wants Me, He knows where I am
"how do you find friends to go out with  Mine are always busy.  I need to find more young people like myself but I am not sure how to meet other young adults like myself who have tbi"
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Susan Bires commented on Inez's blog post If God Wants Me, He knows where I am
"I am so impressed with your motivation.  Are you able to drive and have a social life.  I can't yet and have a hard time finding people to go out with.  Ho"
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Disability leaders are hard headed, opinionated, tempers fueled by passion. They are tough to work with, have occassional blow outs for different reasons. They can be stubborn, closed minded and impossible. WE HAVE TO MAKE THIS WORK…

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Bob Calvert of “Talking With Heroes,” caregiver, Jeannette Davidson-Mayer, and survivor, Juliet Madsen join me on “Another Fork in the Road” to discuss the plight of brain-injured troops returning home from the wars in…

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We are the NOT SO SILENT - "survivors"

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Brain injury draws you to the negative like a magnet you have to fight its pull to stay positive

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April 2010 Blog Posts (11)

Thoughts for tomorrow

Tomorrow will be May Day, hmm? I don't think I really care about that "holiday", pretty darn sure I won't be dancing around a may pole that's for sure, but it's so nice that it's spring and not winter. Walking around parks, planting new flowers in the gardens, digging out dandelions in the lawn, playing fetch with my dog, planning & hosting a picnic, grilling steaks for dinner (BBQ's), getting ice cream cones at Dairy Queen, just sitting in a comfy chair outside with nothing to do except… Continue

Added by Richard J on April 30, 2010 at 10:16am — 3 Comments

My story

I'm new to shit shit. But it is good to see people like myself. You can learn aloy from people that have bin throw simalir shit. I've bib throw rever bad shit ao mouch ythat it is to long to type. But I;m here now and I will answer any question and try to help anyone I can!!

Added by John Wlasic on April 28, 2010 at 9:47pm — 1 Comment

Catmeow Traumatic Brain Injury 1: Viki Kind from KindEthics.com

http://www.catmeowbraininjury.blogspot.com



Interview Ron Roskos from the Brain Injury Association in Utah and Brain Injury Survivor Tammi Diaz…



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Added by Tammi Diaz on April 25, 2010 at 2:23pm — No Comments

Catmeow Traumatic Brain Injury 1

http://www.catmeowbraininjury.blogspot.comMy name is Tammi, and on January 27, 1995, I was in a auto/pedestrian accident. I receive I severe traumatic brain injury.



I have really learned to appreciate life. I am proud of who I am. Life is a Gift.



This Blog has many helpful sites on Traumatic Brain Injury and I have put blogs and…
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Added by Tammi Diaz on April 24, 2010 at 4:30pm — 2 Comments

Catmeow Traumatic Brain Injury 2

http://www.braininjury2.blogspot.comThis is a about doing Hobbies to Keep your Brain Active. Life is more of a challenge now now and I cannot do as much I use to do. I have learned to pace myself. There are times I still over do it and end up sick the next day. Instead of staying in… Continue

Added by Tammi Diaz on April 24, 2010 at 4:30pm — 10 Comments

Traumatic Brain Injury -- You are not Alone Part 1

Traumatic Brain Injury — You are not alone

Part 1

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Through my process and in my experience I have discovered an undeniable truth. There is… Continue

Added by Craig J. Phillips MRC, BA on April 12, 2010 at 2:11pm — No Comments

What Can Mark Twain Teach Us?

I began writing an article about Mark Twain for a "regular" blog but it turned into an article for a Brain Injury Website. It's amazing how things work out that way.

The article is What Can Mark Twain Teach Us? You might be interested in reading it.

Added by Larry Jameson on April 9, 2010 at 5:30am — 10 Comments

"No Weapon Formed Against You Will Prosper," My Testimony

“No Weapon Formed Against You Will Prosper, My Testimony”

Written by Dawn O” Brien…

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Added by Dawn's Heartfelt Corner on April 8, 2010 at 8:14am — 2 Comments

Friends crop up in the most unexpected places . . .

. . . you've just gotta keep your eyes open.



My TBI happened almost 24 years ago, just before the beginning of my Senior year of high school. There was, of course, a huge initial outpouring of support from my friends and classmates, for my injury was something of a minor local sensation. After the newness wore off, however, the kids I went to school with got back to their own lives (that's what teenagers are about, isn't it--living in the moment?) I think this was accentuated by new… Continue

Added by Shelah Riggins on April 2, 2010 at 12:14am — 2 Comments

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