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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How did you injure noggin? Do you mind talking about it? If you do just tell me to "take a hike." But I will say that talking about how you suffered your TBI is GREAT therapy (I hate that word now). I've had a lot of therapy, but writing my books (I guess that is considered "talking") has been the absolute best therapy.
Hi Heather thankyou for your comment Yes i got about 15 min i think ther more confused between the navy and the va it took 37 yrs to tell me i have MTBI / PTSD /TRAMATIC PAIN so here i go been pawn off to other dr. in diffrent departments