Understanding relationships after brain injury can be baffling and confusing. What once seemed understandable now has missing pieces.
Missing pieces that leave us feeling puzzled in our interactions with other people and ourselves. Missing pieces that leave us feeling alone.
Alone, isolated and alienated as individuals living with brain injuries as we seek to connect with and interact in our relationships.
In August of 1967 my parents, my brother and myself were in a bad car accident. My Mom and I were not expected to live the night of the car accident. The night of the accident I sustained an open skull fracture with right frontal lobe damage, a severe brain bruise with brain stem involvement. This occurred when I was 10 years old. I am now 62 years old. My About Page.
Baffled, Puzzled, and Confused
For many years I felt baffled, puzzled and confused. Baffled, puzzled and confused by not knowing the impact of my traumatic brain injury.
The impact that my traumatic brain injury had upon how I interacted with other people and myself.
In my search to understand, once I became aware of my traumatic brain injury, I gained several awareness.
To share these awareness’ I wrote several articles. The information within these articles helped me as I interacted.
The information shared within these articles has helped me to better understand. Better understand as I Interact with individuals and relationships.
You may also find that the information shared within these articles can help you as you interact with individuals and relationships.