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- 3. Does The Self Actually Matter?
- Self Matters To Brain Injury Survivors
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- Self Matters. Period.
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Monthly Archives: February 2012
Okay, so things have been up and down at work — some days are better than others, and I’ve gone through some pretty challenging times, lately. Now I’m tired, and I just want to lie down. But I’ve got so … Continue reading
Just found this great post: Doing everyday things in unconventional ways can stimulate creative thinking. This study had people mix up their usual breakfast making routines. That alone resulted in higher scores on creativity tests. Via Miller McCune: Want to … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking a lot about pts (post-traumatic stress) lately. Especially in conjunction with traumatic brain injury, which I’ve said a number of times is an ongoing traumatic experience, and not only at the time of the initial injury. Anyway, … Continue reading
Originally posted on The Concussion Blog:
brokenbrilliant:This pretty much sums it up. Originally posted on The Concussion Blog: View original
Just a note, I haven’t forgotten about the series I started writing about The wars we wage – of sport, concussion, and our warrior style. I’ll be getting back to that, this weekend. What I want to write about right now, … Continue reading
So I am going to bed. The day has been full, but I still feel like I’m behind. Nonetheless, it’s over. And now I can sleep.
So, given that I’m over-tired, and given that I have a ton of stuff I have to do for work, I’m going to work from home today, buckle down and get things done, and finally make some progress. I have … Continue reading
So, last night after I realized I had the evening off, things went quickly downhill. There were some communication mix-ups that ended up spiraling into a wild conflagration of stress and acrimony… all of which ended up with me going … Continue reading
Oh, thank heavens. I have had an incredibly long day, filled with all the “best” that life has to offer. I was scheduled for a late call tonight, but the person I am supposed to be talking to is traveling … Continue reading