The good news is that sustaining a brain injury does not have to be an ending, but instead a new beginning. The good news is that we can start from now and create a new ending. The good news is that we can take steps to reshape our lives. The good news is that we can empower our dreams following a brain injury. The good news is that we can experience our dreams following a brain injury. So don’t give up on your dreams my friend.
“Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.” Maria Robinson
Although I could not go back and start a new beginning, I discovered that I could examine how areas of my life had been impacted by my brain injury. I discovered that by examining each of these areas I found hope. I found hope because I began to realize that I could live my life in ways that would work for me. I found hope because I began to realize that I could learn how to use my gifts, talents, and abilities.
I found hope when I began to realize that I could learn to use my gifts, talents, and abilities in a way that would work for me. I found hope as I began to realize that I could use my gifts, talents, and abilities in a way that would empower my dreams. I found hope when I began to realize that I could take steps to experience my dreams.
A Guide to Empowering and Experiencing Your Dreams Following a Brain Injury
In my experience, I discovered that in order to follow my dreams, I needed to grow in awareness. As I grew in awareness, so did my acceptance. As I grew in acceptance of my reality, I began to realize that I had choices. Choices that gave me the ability to take action to reshape my life. The ability to take the action, a little bit at a time; to empower my dreams. The action that gave me the ability to experience my dreams. The action that gave me the ability to start to make a new ending. Below are links to article categories. In each article category, there is a list of articles that contain information. Information that has and continues to help me to empower and experience my dreams following my brain injury. To read more about my process and journey, click: Here.
Please be patient with yourself in this process. The process takes time, sometimes very slowly. I have been on this path, for now, a little over 49 years and I am still learning and growing in my recovery process.
The recovery process just takes what it takes and that is good enough. So be gentle with yourself my friend.
I would invite you to click on each of the categories. Once the category has opened scroll down the list of article titles. Click on the article title that interests you. By clicking on the title, the article will open for you. In the event that the article does not open, please let me know and I will fix the link. Thank you. As you read the articles and watch the video presentations within each category and questions come to mind, please send those questions to me. All questions are good questions and welcomed. I look forward to hearing from you.
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