Following a brain injury, many things seem to change in our lives. What was once familiar, now becomes foreign to us. What we were once able to do before our brain injuries, no longer seems possible.
As a result, we may begin to question our once held hopes and dreams. In the process, we may find ourselves isolating and giving up the possibilities of hope and dreams.
Below are several quotes that help to encourage me to stick with the process of learning to create hopes and dreams after my brain injury.
To offer information within my articles to individuals who have a difficulty reading I create video presentations of my articles. In this video presentation, I have included many quotes that have been an encouragement to me.
Although the video presentation is 15 minutes long I would encourage you to listen to the complete video presentation. You may listen to the presentation (at your own leisure) as many times as you like to hear the quotes.
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