Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. The month of March is designated as brain injury awareness month. Brain injury awareness is – in my opinion – for both individuals who do not know about how brain injuries impact individual’s lives and for individuals whose lives have been impacted by brain injuries. Such awareness – in my opinion – needs to result in change.
In my experience, I have found that for change to occur – once an individual has gained awareness – the individual needs to move from awareness to acceptance. Once the individual has gained acceptance — of their reality — they can take steps to empower themselves in their realities. In my experience, I found I needed to grieve the losses associated with the impact of my traumatic / acquired brain injury.
In my experience, I needed to move beyond my awareness – through grieving the losses associated with my impact of my traumatic / acquired brain injury — before I could get into action to be empowered.
I have previously written several article series to share what I learned through the process of grieving my losses. For your convenience, simply click on the title of the article — below — and you will be taken to the actual article. I believe the information — that is presented with in these article series – can be a benefit to anyone who may have been touched by any kind of trauma, abuse or adversity during their life times. Please share the information with them. Thank you.
As you have questions, please ask. All questions are good questions.
Please read Part 2 of this article. Thank you.
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