Sustaining a brain injury can result in a loss of identity. As a result we may have bought into the notion that we are our brain injuries. What was once familiar to us, becomes foreign. We may have lost our sense of significance, self-esteem, and self-respect. But there is good news. Discovering our significance, self-esteem, and self-respect, after a brain injury, is in our reach.
Below I would like to share what helped me to discover my significance, self-esteem and self-respect. If you have struggled with discovering your significance, self-esteem and self-respect after your brain injury, I would invite you to read this article or watch the slideshow below.
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