Editor Leslie Ellis email@example.com
In every life, there are changes and detours and suprises that affect us and sculpt us and invite us to re-evaluate our dreams.
What does it mean to you to have survived brain injury and how does that change over time and shape our recoveries?
Sometimes the old symptoms of failure have become the symptoms of new success.
The failed end of the world, our New Year and this wonderful thing called life.
Thanksgiving lies in one sentence. One small, seemingly modest change to the language of our perspective.
When nothing will ever be the same, sometimes that's when miracles happen
For everyone, maybe especially those whose lives have been rocked by brain injury, it is essential that we stop and take a look at what we are aiming at.
Despite what happens to us in our lives, most of us have the option and the ability to choose to be good eggs.
Embracing the symptoms of living. The brown patches, the sagging skin, the thinning hair and all of the challenges that LIVING with brain injury bring.
Embracing the opportunity to strike out in new directions after brain injury.
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