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- Then And Now – Managing TBI Issues Over the Long Term
- A Perilous Relief – How TBI and Trauma Combine to Encourage Dangerous Behavior
- Understanding the Trauma/PTSD in Traumatic Brain Injury
- TBI Among the Homeless and Incarcerated
- The wars we wage – of sport, concussion, and our warrior style
- TBI S.O.S.
- 1. TBI Background and Info
- TBI Background and Info – TBI Types and Symptoms
- TBI Background and Info – The Toll It Takes
- TBI Background and Info – My Stories
- 2. Of Self and Sense
- Of Self and Sense – What IS the Self?
- Does the Self Matter?
- And What About the Sense-Of-Self?
- 3. Does The Self Actually Matter?
- Self Matters To Brain Injury Survivors
- Self Matters To Others
- Self Matters. Period.
- Feeling Good, Feeling Familiar, Feeling Like Your Self – Or Not
- 4. What Gets Lost – And How
- 5. What Losing Our Sense-Of-Self Does to Us
- Getting Back By Any Means Necessary – The Things We Do to Ourselves for Our Selves
- The Deepest Day
- The Deepest Day – Preface
- The Deepest Day – Surfacing
- The Deepest Day – Into the Day
- The Deepest Day – Gearing Up
- The Deepest Day – Oh, Beloved
- The Deepest Day – Driven
- The Deepest Day – Life:Cubed
- The Deepest Day – A Functional Exclusion
- The Deepest Day – Post-Prandial Dip
- The Deepest Day – Heading Home
- The Deepest Day – What Remains of the Day
- The Deepest Day – Post-Script
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Monthly Archives: October 2009
I’ve been thinking a lot about how my brain developed over the course of my life, wondering if/how my early mtbi’s affected me. I have to say, it’s a bit confounding. It’s hard to see where the differences between me … Continue reading →
I had a revelation the other day… they just keep coming… One of the reasons that I end up with too much on my plate is that I literally forget that I have things going on already. That’s not a … Continue reading →
I had an epiphany today during my morning exercise. I realized that one of the reasons my life tends to fill up with all sorts of activities and I get swamped by so much to do – and spread so … Continue reading →
I haven’t got need for the pain, either. I confirmed something very important, this past week – if I do not exercise vigorously, first thing in the morning before I do anything else, I pay for it in pain. For … Continue reading →
I’m feeling perky today. I didn’t get enough sleep last night, but I got up and rode the exercise bike, stretched a little, and then lifted my weights. I just do 5-lb dumbells, and I focus on my upper body, … Continue reading →
I’ve been really thinking a lot about the two articles I read lately — the first Offensive Play – Football, dogfighting, and brain damage, by Malcom Gladwell in the New Yorker, and the second The Magnificent Minnesota Nun Brains by Ken … Continue reading →
It’s quite possible… I’ve been giving a lot of thought to what can be done to help myself not end up like football players described in Malcom Gladwell’s New Yorker piece on Football, Dog Fighting and Brain Damage. I must … Continue reading →
Thank you Malcom Gladwell for this amazing piece – “Offensive Play” I really don’t have the words to say how much I appreciate this. As someone with friends who have both been boxers and who have played football, and who … Continue reading →
… of “sinfull” women who have sustained TBI. It just occurred to me (I can be slow on the uptake) that people might use this information about people who have had brain injuries against the women who have survived them, … Continue reading →