26
Apr

Traumatic Brain Injury, "Groundhog Day" and Defining "Why?"

Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. I am happy to have you around my table. Thank you for making the decision to stop by to visit with me. 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 The pain of my needing to deny the impact of a brain injury (to not upset the “apple carts”) was superseded by my need to confront my denial.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.

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.

Traumatic Brain Injury — Making sense of “Why?”

Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live. Thank you for deciding to stop by to visit with me. In the last day or so I received several emails with a similar question, Why? I believe why is a very good question. I asked that question about God, myself and my situation for many years. As I look back on my recovery process, I believe “Why?” became an essential part of my healing process. Why gave me the capacity to move beyond my pain, my disillusionment, disappointment and discouragement.Why gave me the ability to move beyond what I could not understand. Why gave me the ability to make sense of my reality.

Why became an essential part of my healing process, because why helped me to grieve. Why helped me to question and challenge the messages that Denial gave to me. Why helped me to process the Anger that I had towards what I could not understand — but realized that I could not change — once I started to come out of my denial. Why helped me to sort through the process of Bargaining or the “what if” stage of my grieving process — as I attempted to change my reality.

Why then helped me to survive what I considered to be the dark night of the soul. Why allowed me to linger in depression until I was able and ready to surrender to / accept my reality. Why empowered my process as I reached a place of surrender and Acceptance. Why then empowered my process and gave me the motivation to look for solutions. Why helped me to realize that I was not helpless or hopeless because of what I could not change.

Why helped me to move beyond my disillusionment, disappointment and discouragement. Why helped me to realize that I did not have to be alone in my process and that I could ask for help.

Why then taught me that my circumstances were never meant to keep me down, but that they were instead designed to build me up. Why taught me that I was being led in the direction of my destiny. Why taught me how to empower my process. Why gave me the motivation to learn from the experiences of my reality. Why prepared me to take advantage of the opportunities that became available to me. Why taught me to do the footwork and let go of the outcomes.

Why taught me that I no longer needed to buy into the notion that I was a victim of my reality. Why gave me the emotional fortitude to execute tenacity and perseverance — when giving up and giving in would have been much easier to do. Why taught me that I have a future and a hope. Why reinforced the reality that I will fulfill the plan and purpose for my life. Why pointed and continues to point me in the direction of my destiny. Why gives me hope. Why uses my limitations and deficits — for my good.

Why encourages me to consider infinite possibilities. Why motivates me to look for ways that work for me. Why empowers me to stay free of “groundhog day (s)”.

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Craig

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18
Feb

Second Chance to Live no Longer Posting Articles on Facebook

Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live. I am happy to have you around my table. For the past 3 years or so I have been posting my articles and video presentations on Facebook. I have done this to be of service to people using the social networking provided by Facebook. Over the past month or so I have noticed a decline in the amount of people viewing the articles and video presentations that I have posted on Facebook. I am not quite sure what has created the decline in viewing. I asked people in various groups, how they had been benefited from the articles and video presentations that I have been sharing for the past 3 years or so, and I received little response. Because of the lack of response, I interpreted that Second Chance to Live was not meeting a need in the Facebook community or groups.

During the past 3 years or so I have invested a tremendous amount of time in providing a service to the Facebook Community and Facebook groups. With the lack of feedback and apparent disinterest I made the decision to begin to channel my time and energy away from Facebook and Facebook Groups. As I have shared in my About Page, for many years I felt like some one all dressed up with no where to go, although I diligently applied myself in my desire to be of service. Very few people seemed to want what I had to give. When I created Second Chance to Live in February 2007, I found a way to share what I had to give in ways that worked for me. I also found that many people and organizations, both domestically and internationally; wanted what I had to give. Click on this link Organizations to see them.

In my experience, for many years; I felt as though there was some thing wrong with me, because I was trying to give to people who did not want what I had to give. For quite some time I have felt similar feelings reminiscent of what I experienced for many years — on Facebook and in the different Facebook groups. Based on my experience and the similarities I have made the decision to stop posting my articles and video presentations on Facebook or on Facebook groups. For individuals, who I have met on Facebook and through the different Facebook groups, who are interested in what I have to give, please visit Second Chance to Live to read my articles and watch my video presentations. As an alternative to coming to Second Chance to Live you may subscribe to Second Chance to Live by clicking here: Subscribe

By subscribing to Second Chance to Live, through the Subscribe link, you will receive a copy of the article (s) that / when I write and publish them on Second Chance to Live, in your email in box. By requesting you to come to directly to Second Chance to Live, or that you subscribe; you will be empowered by making the effort to gain what I have to give and I will feel as though I am giving to the people who want what I have to give of myself. In the process, we will have a much healthier relationship.

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17
Feb

Overcoming a Fear of Failure Video Presentation

Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. I am happy to have you around my table. Recently I wrote and published, Overcoming a Fear of Failure. In today’s article I am introducing the article in video presentation format. I create video presentations of my articles to offer the information to individuals who learn through watching and listening. Below is a brief excerpt from the article:

“In yesterday’s article Don’t Give Up — Your Life Matters! I encouraged my readers to continue on their journey, to build upon milestones and successes; and to not give up because your life matters. In today’s article, I would like to share some thing with you that has helped and continues to help me. In my experience, I discovered that I had a fear of failure for various reasons. In my experience and through my recovery process I discovered that there were various factors (balls) that contributed to and kept me tethered to a fear of failure.

What I discovered gave me the ability to progressively let go of the ball (s) that kept me tethered to the fear of failure. 

I discovered that perfectionism was at the root of what kept me tethered to a fear of failure. Through my recovery process, I discovered that various factors held me hostage to the belief that I needed to be perfect. I discovered that, as a result; I strove all the more to be perfect for various reasons. I discovered what fueled my need to be perfect, the belief that my best efforts were inadequate. Nevertheless, I strove all the more; only to again find that the proverbial bar of expectation had been either raised or moved. The impact of the bar repeatedly being moved and / or raised left me feeling shamed and discouraged for not being enough.

In response, I became angry and frustrated. I turned that anger and frustration in ward. In response, I experienced ongoing chronic depression.”  

To watch a video presentation of the article, you may  click on the following link: Overcoming a Fear of Failure Video Presentation

To read the article from which this presentation is made, you may click on this link: Overcoming a Fear of Failure

A Few Video Presentations that help me to Overcome my Fear of Failure   

Have You Ever Asked, “What is Keeping Me Stuck?” Part 1 and Part 2 Video Presentation

Second Chance to Live and The Principle of Progress Not Perfection Part 1

Second Chance to Live and The Principle of Progress Not Perfection Part 2

Second Chance to Live and The Principle of Progress Not Perfection Part 3

Second Chance to Live and The Principle of Progress Not Perfection Part 4

Second Chance to Live — The Principle of the Learning Curve

Running Our own Race — Video Presentation

Hope, Encouragement and the Parable of the Cracked Pot Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 Video Presentation

Experiencing Adversity, Failures, Setbacks and Not Giving Up! Video Presentation

Traumatic Brain Injury and The Identified Patient — Video Presentation — Part 1

Traumatic Brain Injury and the Identified Patient — Video Presentation — Part 2

How I Broke Free from Being Bullied — Video Presentation

Living with an Invisible Disability — Taking Back my Power Video Presentation

As you listen to, watch or read my articles and questions come to mind, please send those questions to mind. All questions are good questions. In the event that you would like to leave a comment, I would love to hear from you. To do so, please use the below contact form. I will respond to your comments and questions. I look forward to hearing from you.

I look forward to hearing from you.

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Craig

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15
Feb

Overcoming a Fear of Failure

Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friends. I am happy to have you around my table. In yesterday’s article Don’t Give Up — Your Life Matters! I encouraged my readers to continue on their journey, to build upon milestones and successes; and to not give up because your life matters. In today’s article, I would like to share some thing with you that has helped and continues to help me. In my experience, I discovered that I had a fear of failure for various reasons. In my experience and through my recovery process I discovered that there were various factors (balls) that contributed to and kept me tethered to a fear of failure.

What I discovered gave me the ability to progressively let go of the ball (s) that kept me tethered to the fear of failure. 

I discovered that perfectionism was at the root of what kept me tethered to a fear of failure. Through my recovery process, I discovered that various factors held me hostage to the belief that I needed to be perfect. I discovered that, as a result; I strove all the more to be perfect for various reasons. I discovered what fueled my need to be perfect, the belief that my best efforts were inadequate. Nevertheless, I strove all the more; only to again find that the proverbial bar of expectation had been either raised or moved. The impact of the bar repeatedly being moved and / or raised left me feeling shamed and discouraged for not being enough.

In response, I became angry and frustrated. I turned that anger and frustration in ward. In response, I experienced ongoing chronic depression. 

In response to the criticism, blame and shame, I found myself recoiling like a snake, in an attempt to protect myself, from feeling bad and defective. With ongoing and repeated conditioning, I developed my fear of failure. In reaction, I became reluctant to try new things out of a fear of being criticized, blamed and shamed for not meeting expectations. As I started in my recovery process, I made several discoveries that helped me to understand what kept me tethered to a fear of failure. These discoveries helped me to progressively let go of the ball that kept me tethered to my fear of failure. In the process of letting go of the ball, I was able to begin taking risks.

In the event that you find yourself tethered to a fear of failure, I would like to share these discoveries with you. During the past 7 years, I have written articles and created video presentations, to share what has helped me to overcome my fear of failure. Below are a list of links to several of these articles and video presentations. Please let me know if the information, within my articles and video presentations; help you to overcome your fear of failure. Thank you.

A Few Articles that help me to Overcome my Fear of Failure  

Whose Shame are You Carrying?

Displaced Sadness

The illusion of failure

Conditions for Healing

Traumatic Brain Injury and the Learning Curve

Living with a brain injury and Overcoming the Fear of Failure Part 1

Living with a brain injury and Overcoming the Fear of Failure Part 2

Living with a brain Injury and Overcoming the Fear of Failure Part 3

Traumatic Brain Injury — THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS FAILURE! Part 1 of 3

Traumatic Brain Injury — THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS FAILURE! Part 2 of 3

Traumatic Brain Injury — THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS FAILURE! Part 3 of 3

Living with a brain injury and Running Our Own Race

A Few Video Presentations that help me to Overcome my Fear of Failure   

Have You Ever Asked, “What is Keeping Me Stuck?” Part 1 and Part 2 Video Presentation

Second Chance to Live and The Principle of Progress Not Perfection Part 1

Second Chance to Live and The Principle of Progress Not Perfection Part 2

Second Chance to Live and The Principle of Progress Not Perfection Part 3

Second Chance to Live and The Principle of Progress Not Perfection Part 4

Second Chance to Live — The Principle of the Learning Curve

Running Our own Race — Video Presentation

Hope, Encouragement and the Parable of the Cracked Pot Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 Video Presentation

Experiencing Adversity, Failures, Setbacks and Not Giving Up! Video Presentation

Traumatic Brain Injury and The Identified Patient — Video Presentation — Part 1

Traumatic Brain Injury and the Identified Patient — Video Presentation — Part 2

How I Broke Free from Being Bullied — Video Presentation

Living with an Invisible Disability — Taking Back my Power Video Presentation

As you listen to, watch or read my articles and questions come to mind, please send those questions to mind. All questions are good questions. In the event that you would like to leave a comment, I would love to hear from you. To do so, please use the below contact form. I will respond to your comments and questions. I look forward to hearing from you.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Have a great day.

Craig

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12
Feb

Don't Give Up — Your Life Matters!

Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live. I am happy to see that you decided to stop by to visit with me. Thank you. In September 2013 I wrote an article Back Story of Second Chance to Live to share what led up to my creating Second Chance to Live. In today’s article I would like to share some of my journey with you, to encourage you to continue with your journey. Build upon your successes and milestones. Keep going and Don’t give up. Your life matters.

“You don’t have to be a “person of influence” to be influential. In fact, the most influential people in my life are probably not even aware of the things they’ve taught me.” Scott Adams (American Cartoonist)

“Then the LORD answered me and said, “Record the vision And inscribe it on tablets, That the one who reads it may run. For the vision is yet for the appointed time; It hastens toward the goal and it will not fail. Though it tarries, wait for it; For it will certainly come, it will not delay.” Habakkuk 2:2 -3 Old Testament

“Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.”Thomas A. Edison (Inventor)

Below are the highlights of my article Back Story of Second Chance to Live, with some additional thoughts. 

While a counselor with the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation, I was made a client. That outcome did not result in a suitable job placement. After being fired from several more jobs, I was recruited to North Carolina to begin a job, which I was fired from 4 months later. Following that firing and an unsuccessful job search, I re-applied with the DVR here in North Carolina. After completing the evaluation and testing process I was deemed to be unemployable by the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation. Soon there after, my 3rd application was approved by the Social Security Administration and I began receiving SSDI in late 1998.

Although I had been declared unemployable and disabled, I still desired to use what I had to give to people who wanted what I had to give. I wrote a collection of poems and a series of articles. After receiving some back pay, a friend of mine helped me to purchase a computer and I began to discover the world of dial-up technology. During the next 3-4 years the computer manufacture rebuilt 2 computers one piece at a time through my using 1st, 2nd and 3rd level tier technical support through several dial-up (not cable or dsl) companies. As you might imagine I spent countless hours on and off the phone following the computer manufacturers technical support recommendations.

With my use of the computer, I started to input my poems and articles that I had written to the 1st computer’s hard drive. When my 1st computer stopped working I lost what I had written. I then spent the time to re-enter the data of my poems and articles onto the 2nd computer’s hard drive. I learned from my experience to store data on an external hard drive and make copies of my poems and articles onto floppy and CD discs. After 2 technical support computer rebuilds — one part at a time — and much aggravation, I asked some friends if they had a computer they were no longer using. One of my friends gave me an HP computer.

Over the next 3 years I continued writing and developing as a writer. Through my process, I wrote  an autobiography and then a book – Table Topics for the Soul – Journey to the Heart. I attempted to get my book published with several publishers – after registering my book with the Library of Congress. I spent nearly $100 attempting to get my book published without success. I continued to write and a year of so later — at the encouragement of a friend – I took the risk to create a weblog. After researching several blogging engines, I decided to create my weblog using WordPress.com to host Second Chance to Live.

After deciding on WordPress.com to use as my blogging platform I spent 60 – 70 hours a week for the next 8-12 weeks learning about the world of the bloggosphere, writing, publishing, answering emails and comments. I also sent  letters to introduce Second Chance to Live to organizations domestically and internationally to share the mission and vision of Second Chance to Live. Then for the next 6 months I spent 50 – 60 hours a week continuing to learn about the bloggosphere, write / create, answer emails and comments manage my web log and write letters to send to contacts around the world.

For the next 3 – 4 years I spent 45 – 50 hours a week, then for the past 3 years I have spent between 40 – 50 hours a week writing / creating, answering emails and comments, sending email introductions of Second Chance to Live, and learning about how to be more effective as a creator, writer and communicator. On July 29, 2011 with the encouragement of another friend I created a You Tube Channel and started to make video presentations of my articles for people who learn through watching and listening.

During the 70 months leading up to writing the Back Story of Second Chance to Live I had written and published 1130 articles and created 168 video presentations for Second Chance to Live.

Epilogue:

Since the writing of the Back Story of Second Chance to Live in 2013 I have continued to spend 40 – 50 hours a week seeking to be of service through Second Chance to Live. To date I have written 1330 articles and created 253 video presentation. In early January 2015, I completed and published 2 e Books Living with a Brain Injury — Putting the Pieces in Place and Being Your Own Hero through Overcoming Adversity — Tools for Rebuilding Your Life. My goal has been and continues to be to encourage, motivate, empower and instill hope.

My hope is that what I share will encourage individuals to not give up on their process, a loving God or themselves. More will be revealed to us in time.

Commit to “suiting up and showing up” in your life each day. By doing so, you will be amazed at the things that you can and will accomplish because you did not give up on your process, a loving God or yourself. You will see what you thought was being used for your harm, was in actuality being used for your good. You will see why you needed to learn the lessons that your disappointment, disillusionment and adversity has taught you. You will see how all things have been working together for your good. You will be a blessing to the people who are brought into your life. You will see that nothing in your development has gone to waste.

 You have my permission to share my articles and or video presentations with anyone you believe could benefit, however please attribute me as being the author of the article (s) video presentation (s), and provide a link back to the article (s) on Second Chance to Live. In the event that you have questions, please send those questions to me. All questions are good questions. Thank you. I look forward to hearing from you. Copyright 2007-2015.

I look forward to hearing from you.

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Craig

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look forward to hearing from you.

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11
Feb

Winning at the game of Solitaire, Life and Hope Video Presentation

Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. Yesterday I published Winning at the game of Solitaire, Life and Hope. Today, I will offer a video presentation of the article. I create video presentations of my articles to share the information with individuals who learn through watching and listening.

Below is an excerpt of the article:

“Several years ago I started to play solitaire, on my computer; to further improve and enhance my hand-eye coordination. In my experience, I have found that I do not complete each game — because of card selections that I make — but through the process of playing many games I have learned a very valuable lesson. As the game continues, cards previously hidden to me, present themselves to me.

A card — once hidden from me  — becomes apparent. By clicking on or moving one card, another card appears. 

Life can be likened to a solitaire game. What may appear to be an end to the game, takes on new life. By staying committed to the process and by staying on course, a new card (solution) will appear to me. That is what hope is for me. Hope is likened to the game of solitaire. Although cards may currently be hidden to me, as I stay committed to running my race and staying on my course; new cards will be presented to me. These cards (solutions) will empower me to stay on course and win in life.

Today’s Thought:

In life, you may feel as though you are playing a solitaire game, where cards are hidden to you. That you have played all the available cards given to you. As a result you may feel that little hope exists. My encouragement to you my friend, as I need to remember; is to hang in there. Keep playing with the cards that are available to you.  Cards previously hidden to you, will become available to you. Cards that previously remained hidden — to help you and I — will become apparent and help us.”

To watch and listen to the video presentation of the article, you may click here: Winning at the game of Solitaire, Life and Hope Video Presentation

To read the article from which this video presentation is made, you may click here: Winning at the game of Solitaire, Life and Hope

As you listen to, watch or read my articles and questions come to mind, please send those questions to mind. All questions are good questions. In the event that you would like to leave a comment,  I would love to hear from you.To do so, please use the below contact form. I will respond to your comments and questions. I look forward to hearing from you.

look forward to hearing from you.

Have a great day.

Craig

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10
Feb

Winning at the game of Solitaire, Life and Hope

Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. I am happy to have you around my table. Several years ago I started to play solitaire, on my computer; to further improve and enhance my hand-eye coordination. In my experience, I have found that I do not complete each game — because of card selections that I make — but through the process of playing many games I have learned a very valuable lesson. As the game continues, cards previously hidden to me, present themselves to me.

A card — once hidden from me  — becomes apparent. By clicking on or moving one card, another card appears. 

Life can be likened to a solitaire game. What may appear to be an end to the game, takes on new life. By staying committed to the process and by staying on course, a new card (solution) will appear to me. That is what hope is for me. Hope is likened to the game of solitaire. Although cards may currently be hidden be to me, as I stay committed to running my race and staying on my course; new cards will be presented to me. These cards (solutions) will empower me to stay on course and win in life.

Today’s Thought:

In life, you may feel as though you are playing a solitaire game, where cards are hidden to you. That you have played all the available cards given to you. As a result you may feel that little hope exists. My encouragement to you my friend, as I need to remember; is to hang in there. Keep playing with the cards that are available to you.  Cards previously hidden to you, will become available to you. Cards that previously remained hidden — to help you and I — will become apparent and help us.

To access the game of solitaire on your computer.

I accessed the solitaire game through my start button on my windows 7 operating system. If you have not played solitaire, I would encourage you to play as the game will help you to improve your hand-eye coordination and teach you other lessons. To do so, click on the start button. Click on open all programs, which will open the window with all programs listed. In the list scroll down to games. Click on games and then scroll down to solitaire.

Click on solitaire and the cards and board will open for you. And as you play, remember that more will be revealed to you in time.

As you listen to, watch or read my articles and questions come to mind, please send those questions to mind. All questions are good questions. In the event that you would like to leave a comment,  I would love to hear from you.To do so, please use the below contact form. I will respond to your comments and questions. I look forward to hearing from you.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Have a great day.

Craig

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