Drastic mood swings are very much a part of TBI recovery. Learning to understand them and handle them well has been a big part of my own recovery. And understanding that emotional volatility didn’t make me “crazy” or deficient or broken, was a big positive change for me. It made all the difference in my recovery.
Probably one of the most annoying things about TBI is the power and speed with which moods can change. You’re going along, doing your thing, and all seems well. But all of a sudden, you’re flipping out – for no reason that anyone can tell.
Our TBI Flies have something to say about this. Meet Jenny, a perfectly normal, nice gal who has a bit of a mood swing problem.
Not necessarily. It’s important to understand why folks get bent out of shape with TBI. Depending on the person — and this is not true for all TBI folks — anger can become rage and rage can escalate to violence with the kind of speed that will make your head spin.
Green Fly above seems to think it’s all a convenient excuse for…
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