Following our brain injury we may be confronted by various “voices”. Voices that tell us what we can and can not accomplish. Voices that want us to believe in a truth that limits.
But the good news is that we can question these voices. The good news is that we can value the importance of owning our truth after a brain injury.
Apart from finding, owning and living our truth we may find that we have been trying to live the life of someone who is not living with a brain injury.
In the process we may find that we have been struggling to live a life that we were never meant to live.
As a consequence of trying to own and live someone else’s truth and life (at the end of our lives), we may wonder where our lives have gone.
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