A week and a half ago I published the article, “The Value of Telling Our Story after a Traumatic Brain Injury”. Today I am creating a video presentation of the article.
I am doing so to share the information within the article with individuals who learn through watching and listening.
To watch and listen to the video presentation of the article, click on this link: The Value of Telling Our Story after a Traumatic Brain Injury Video Presentation
Below is a brief introduction to the article. To read the full article, you may click on this link: The Value of Telling Our Story after a Traumatic Brain Injury
Living with the impact of a traumatic brain injury can leave us feeling very alone, isolated and alienated. Alone, isolated and alienated from other people and even ourselves.
Through my experience, I discovered that telling my story after my traumatic brain injury was of tremendous value. Telling my story helped to bridge the gap.
Telling our stories after our traumatic brain injury can help you and me to bridge the gap. Bridge the gap between other people and ourselves. Bridge the gap as we share from what we have experienced and what we have learned.
Telling our story helps you and me to own our process and journey. In the process, we find the courage to come out of the shadows of isolation. As we share our story something magical happens.
Our lives take on new meaning as we realize that we are not our brain injuries.
As we share our stories we find the freedom to accept ourselves.
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