Welcome to Second Chance to Live. I am glad to see that you decided to stop by and visit with me. Approximately three years ago I wrote this article for several reasons: to help other brain injury survivors realize that they are not alone in their process and to encourage my brothers and sisters to not let go of their dreams or their destinies — because more will be revealed to you.
And now for the conclusion in Part 3.
Although I am a traumatic brain injury survivor who is living with an invisible disability the solutions, strategies and hope that I present throughout Second Chance to Live can be applied to anyone who has experienced any type of trauma, abuse or adversity.
As a person living with an invisible disability, I have come to accept certain realities. Ignorance perpetuates itself like a bad virus and for some people ignorance is a terminal disease.
If I am waiting for someone else to change before I can hope to live the life I have imagined, I will be disappointed. And if nothing changes, it will remain the same.
That is why I encourage my readers to get busy. So as you read articles from Second Chance to Live keep asking yourself questions and then look for solutions, because you are the only one who can live your life.
“If you advance confidently in the direction of your dreams and endeavor to live the life that you have imagined…you will meet with success unexpected in common hours” Henry David Thoreau
“Insist on yourself, never imitate. Your own gift you can present every moment with the cumulative force of a whole life’s cultivation; but of the adopted talent of another you only have an extemporaneous half -possession… Do that which is assigned to you, and you can not hope too much or dare too much.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
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