Fatherhood, TBI and What It Means To Me

Fatherhood, TBI and What It Means To Me

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Fatherhood, TBI and What It Means To Me! What a bold statement, eh, right? All in one statement. It means the world for me as a TBI survivor and three items that are not normally  associated with traumatic brain injury I am sorry to say.

The Fatherhood Part, of TBI and What It Means To Me

What doesn’t it mean to me is more like it, being a dad is everything to me and I have been his go to guy since he was born. Continue reading “Fatherhood, TBI and What It Means To Me”

Brain Injury and Loving Yourself Again

Brain Injury and Loving Yourself Again

Brain Injury and Loving Yourself Again
Brain Injury and Loving Yourself Again

Having a brain injury and loving yourself again can be quite a challenge when you barely know that new person you see in the mirror. I’ll say it again: Brain Injury and Loving Your New Self Again. “I’m not me anymore, but I’m still me.” So say the people who write about, speak or otherwise communicate  about living a life riddled by traumatic brain injury.

A person with a TBI is six times more likely to have suicidal thoughts than someone without a brain injury. Some may not feel very lucky to be alive. Irritability is a common post-TBI occurrence, there is little known about what it is, what causes it. Continue reading “Brain Injury and Loving Yourself Again”

Daily Chores

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Cannabis helps with daily chores, also when dealing with school, work, and home-life.

By daily chore, I mean living life.

My mind races very fast due to my brain injury and cannabis helps me slow it down so I can think through the situation and not hide from it or make unjust decisions. Continue reading “Daily Chores”