I recently wrote and published the article, Choosing Sanity and Learning to Trust Ourselves after a Brain Injury. To share the information with individuals who learn through watching and listening, I create video presentations of my articles.
To listen to and watch the video presentation of the article, you may click on this link: Choosing Sanity and Learning to Trust Ourselves after a Brain Injury Video Presentation
In order to read the entire article from which this video presentation is made, you may click on this link: Choosing Sanity and Learning to Trust Ourselves after a Brain Injury
Below is a brief excerpt from the article
“Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” – Albert Einstein
Living with the Impact of a Brain Injury can leave us feeling trapped and limited by the notion that we are our brain injuries. In this notion, we can be lead to believe that we have little power over our lives.
Individuals living with the impact of a brain injury can be led to believe that choosing sanity is out of our reach.
In the process, we can doubt our ability to trust ourselves
But the good news is that we can choose to be sane. But the good news is that we can learn how to trust ourselves.
The good news is that we can choose to be sane, one day at a time. The good news is that we can learn how to trust ourselves a little at a time.
Through my ongoing recovery process, I discovered something that I would like to share with you.
On May 1, 2008, I wrote the below article under the title of Second Chance to Live — Why do I react? Below is a revision of the article.
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