Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live. I am happy to have you around my table. Thank you for making the decision to stop by to visit with me. Recently, I wrote and published Traumatic Brain Injury, “Groundhog Day” and Defining “Why?”. In today’s article, I will share a video presentation of the article with you. I create video presentations of my articles to offer accessibility of the information to individual who learn more effectively through watching and listening. In my experience, I found that facing why helped me to get on with my life as an individual who sustained a traumatic brain injury. I would invite you to watch and listen to this article. Below is a brief excerpt from the article:
“Although I had no idea how the traumatic brain injury that I experienced when I was 10 years old was impacting my life, I struggled to understand the “why” of my experience. In my quest to find peace with my experience, I set out on a crusade to root out the reasons why I found myself in an ongoing conundrum with each new day. I found myself, as Bill Murray found himself in the movie, Groundhog Day; being unable to change the script of his existence. As Bill Murray had a spiritual awakening, when he became sick and tired; I also had a spiritual awakening when I became sick and tired.
“No one can go back and make a brand new start, my friend, but anyone can start from here and make a brand new end.” Dan Zadra
When I reached a point in time, I started to become aware of the impact that living with the impact of the traumatic brain injury that I experienced when I was 10 years old was having upon my life. Although I looked normal, the impact of the invisible disability could no longer be denied. My awareness brought with it a lot of pain. The pain of my needing to deny the impact of a brain injury (to not upset the “apple carts”) was superseded by my need to confront my denial. The pain of confronting my denial and moving through the grieving process helped me to begin to understand and define the “why” of my traumatic brain injury and my invisible disability. In June of 2009 I wrote an article to share what I discovered and helped me to make sense of why.
Traumatic Brain Injury — Making sense of “Why?”
I would like to share that article with you. Let me know if the article helps you to understand, define and make sense of why in your life. Thank you.”
To listen to and watch the video presentation of the article, you may click on this link: Traumatic Brain Injury, “Groundhog Day” and Defining “Why?” Video Presentation
To read the article from which this video presentation is made, you may click on this link: Traumatic Brain Injury, “Groundhog Day” and Defining “Why?
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