Traumatic Brain Injury, Identity and Finding Peace Video Presentation
Posted by Second Chance to Live on March 12, 2013
Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. I am happy to see that you decided to stop by to visit with me. Several years ago I wrote this article. Recently I updated and revised this article. In today’s article I am going to provide a link to the video presentation of this article. Below is an excerpt from the beginning of the article.
As a traumatic brain injury survivor I struggled to find my place of significance in the world. In my attempts to establish my significance I sought to define my meaning and purpose through the identity of a career, through my participation with various churches / groups / organizations and through what I achieved in my doing. Each of my efforts to find and establish my significance appeared to be thwarted by my traumatic brain injury and invisible disability.
But not everything was as it appeared to be. I discovered that there was so much more to me than what I could not accomplish because of my traumatic brain injury and invisible disability.
In this video presentation I share what I have learned through my process. To watch and listen to this video presentation please click on the following link Traumatic Brain Injury, Identity and Finding Peace Video Presentation
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