The TBI Bookstore Has Moved to Amazon.com
After some time of not doing a very good job of formatting the TBI bookstore here, I have relocated to an associates store at Amazon.com. It’s easier, it’s quicker, it’s more accurate, and it looks a whole lot better than I was able to do here.
This blog is offered as a service to those who struggle daily with the challenges of TBI (as well as its “sister condition” PTSD). It’s offered free of charge to all who need it, but I still have bills to pay, so I use a bookstore as a way to support this work.
Blogging regularly is time-consuming, if personally rewarding, work. It takes me away from other activities which would earn me money. I believe in the work and intend to continue it. If you wish to support this work, buying books from my bookstore is one way to do it.
At the store, you can find books about coping with TBI and personal accounts of experiences after brain injury. I have not read all of the books in the store, so I cannot comment on them. But if you’d like to support this site and you’d like to add any of these to your own collection of resources, you can buy them there.
If you’re short on cash, as so many of us are these days, I strongly recommend your public library – especially if they have interlibrary loan. In any case, I do recommend that you check the title out before you purchase it. I have had a lot of experiences of being really turned off by books that were intended to help. But everyone is different, so you be the judge.