Several days ago I wrote Acceptance after Brain Injury Not Resignation to a Second Rate. Today I am creating a video presentation of the article to make the information available.
Available for individuals who learn through watching and listening.
Below is a brief introduction to the article
Below is the video presentation
Today, I would like to share some very good news with you.
Acceptance after brain injury is not a resignation to a second rate life.
Instead, a brain injury opens the door to possibilities once hidden to you and to me.
Why I am writing this Article
Yesterday, I received a comment from a member in response to an article that I wrote, “Traumatic Brain Injury and the Power of Acceptance”
In the members’ comment, this member said that “acceptance” is a resignation under a “nicer title”. It is accepting a “second rate life” than the one I had before my brain injury. The member said acceptance is not an attitude that I can embrace. They said the reason they could not embrace acceptance was that they could not have their life back. The life that they had before their brain injury.
I am not sharing the members comment to focus on the member but to focus on the perspective.
My Response to the Comment — Watch the Presentation to listen to my Response
To watch and listen to a video presentation of the article click below
To read that full article, click on this link: Acceptance after Brain Injury is Not a Resignation to a Second Rate Life
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