Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live. I am happy to see that you decided to stop by to visit with me. Thank you. Last night — while listening to a radio program – some thing that I had been thinking about for the past day or so became apparent. Although I am not in the habit of sharing outside resources or writing about them in Second Chance to Live, in this article I feel led to do so my friend.
The Brain Injury of Queensland has published a quarterly journal called Synapse. With in this journal the publishers present topics that are very relevant to lives of brain injury survivors, their families, their caregivers and the professionals that seek to serve those individuals. As an aside, articles from Second Chance to Live have been published with in several quarterly editions of Synapse. Past quarterly editions of Synapse can be downloaded to your computer and read at your convenience.
Here is the link to past quarterly editions of Synapse.
Click on this blue link – Synapse – and you will see a list of various quarterly editions, such as this one: synapse-magazine-winter-2010.pdf . Simply click on the link and the download process will begin. Once the download process has completed, right-click on the downloaded file – open — and the edition of the magazine will open. By repeating this process – with each of the quarterly versions — you will be able to read the articles that are presented with in those quarterly editions of the magazine.
Although I have not read through each of the articles in each of the editions – from what I have read and have seen – I believe you will find the information to be insightful and useful.
On a personal note, I am not endorsing Synapse or the material that is presented through the articles that are published with in Synapse. As with anything that you may read or hear, I have several suggestions. As I do for myself, take what you like and leave the rest. Secondly, use what empowers your process and as an advocate and discard what does not empower your process and as an advocate. And with all learning, I need to remember that the journey of a thousand miles starts with the first step.
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