Several weeks ago I wrote and published this article on Second Chance to Live. I have felt led to write a series of articles surrounding brain injury awareness. Today I am going to create the 1st video presentation of the series. May you be refreshed and encouraged as you watch this series. May you be inspired to move beyond the statue quo and what those individuals, groups, organizations and association may want you to focus on for their gain. May you be inspired and encouraged to move from a place of mere awareness to an acceptance of your brain injury so that you can take fresh action to create a good life for yourself.
Below is a brief excerpt from the article, Enough with Brain Injury Awareness:
“For many years I have heard this touted as a battle cry by the ranks of people who have experienced brain injuries. We need more brain injury awareness. Awareness is great, but unless the awareness leads the individual to a place of acceptance, action will be a far cry from awareness. Awareness, merely acknowledges that some thing has occurred, but if nothing changes, it will remain the same. Acceptance gives the individual the ability to realize that things are not going to change or get better unless other steps are taken, thus launching action. Action brings about hope, as solutions are considered instead of focusing on the awareness of what can not be changed. Sure our lives have been changed forever because of a traumatic brain injury, but that does not have to limit our lives or who we become in this life. By accepting what can not be changed we are given the gift to get on with our lives, find ways to use what we have in ways that will work for us to create a good life for ourselves.”
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