Several days ago I wrote the article: Freedom from Isolation through Ongoing Brain Injury Peer Support.
Today I am creating a video presentation of the article. I am doing so to offer the information to individuals who learn through watching and listening.
Below is a brief introduction to the article.
To watch and listen to the presentation, see below.
Today I received a call for help from isolation from one of the members of the Building Your Life After Traumatic Brain Injury Community. A call for help to find freedom from isolation.
Call for Help
“I have had my Tbi since december of 01′ I STILL isolate! When and how do I get past this? HELP!”
My Response to the Call for Help — See Links below My Response
Thank you for reaching out and asking for help. In my experience, when I ask for help this opens the door to hope as I ask to learn from other people’s experience, strength and hope. Reaching out for help also signifies that I am willing to try something different to get different results.
Asking for help also gives me the ability to take what I like and leave the rest.
In my experience, I have found that some people can not give me what they do not themselves possess. With this awareness, I need to recognize (which usually happens over time for me) that some people do not have to give to me. Give to me what I would like to receive from them.
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