Monthly Archives: March 2011

But getting hit on the head was just part of the game

I’ve gotten to watching YouTube videos today, since I’m off work. Here’s another one I just watched: I’ve been thinking back to when I was a kid, and all the rough-housing I and my siblings did. We were a pretty … Continue reading

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Great video, compliments of The Concussion Blog

Thanks Concussion Blog It’s great to hear stories from female athletes. I’ve read that females tend to be more vocal about their issues than males — hopefully we can all learn something from the experiences they’re talking about. A few … Continue reading

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What’s gone is gone

I had an interesting conversation with a friend, yesterday. I had woken up from my nap (thank heavens for vacation) and I had this sudden revelation about how to deal with some worries that I’ve been having. I called them … Continue reading

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TBI and Aggression – the comorbid mix

More thoughts on Aggression, for the series Then And Now – Managing TBI Issues Over the Long Term As Google shows, TBI and Aggression are the subject of a whole lot of research and discussion. There are close to a million … Continue reading

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Aggression and TBI and gender – does the mix matter?

This is another segment about Then And Now – Managing TBI Issues Over the Long Term – in particular, about Aggression. Thinking about aggression and TBI, I got to wondering about whether the impact of aggression might make a difference, depending … Continue reading

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Brain Injury Location Tied to Higher Risk of Aggression

Found this the other day, via BIACACLC Brain Injury Ass’n on Twitter – where you get injured in your brain can determine the risk of aggression. Researcher Jordan Grafman, director of traumatic brain injury research at Kessler Foundation in New … Continue reading

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Time to catch up

I’ve got this coming week off work. What a relief. I’ve been pushing pretty hard for months on end, now, and I really do need a break. Showing signs of wear. Getting incoherent in meetings and starting to say things … Continue reading

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TBI Issue #2 – Aggression

This post relates to the ongoing series Then And Now – Managing TBI Issues Over the Long Term which I’m slowly but surely building out. I should probably call this TBI Issues #2A and 2B – Verbal and Physical Aggression, because … Continue reading

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Is EVERYBODY selling something?

Once upon a time, you could surf the web and find plenty of things to read without a ton of advertising. That was one of the big benefits – you didn’t have to be constantly interrupted by some ad or … Continue reading

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It helps if you talk to people

Well, I’ve had a very eventful 24 hours or so. Last night I stayed up later than I should have, and I decided to take a long, hot shower before I went to bed. Odd thing was, the water wouldn’t … Continue reading

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