Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live. In today’s article, I am going to be introducing part 1 of this article in video presentation format. Below is an excerpt from the beginning of Part 1 of the article.
In April of 2007 I wrote an article to share some thing that I learned through my process: If you do not make peace with your past, it will spoil your present. In today’s article I would like to share some of what I have learned through my process that has helped me to be able to make peace with my past.
If you do not make peace with your past, your past will spoil your present
Throughout my life’s experience, I have come to realize that many of my reactions to people, places and situations have been impacted by previous experience. These reactions may be connected to and as a result of specific smells, sounds or situations that were associated with some event or person from my past. Consequently, I may find myself reacting to present day events, people or circumstances that are connected to past events, people or circumstances.
To watch the video presentation of Part 1 of this article, please click on the following link: Living with a brain injury – Not letting your Past spoil your Present Part 1 Video Presentation
To watch the video presentation of Part 2 of this article, please click on the following link: Living with a brain injury — Not letting your Past spoil your Present Part 2 Video Presentation
In the event that you would like to read Part 1 of this article, in addition to watching / listening to the video presentation of this article, Please click on this link: Living with a Brain Injury and Finding Freedom from Isolation Part 1
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