Several days ago I wrote the article, Being Mistreated by Someone Close to Us after a Brain Injury. Today, I am creating a video presentation of the article to share the information with individuals who learn through watching and listening.
Below is a brief introduction to the article, followed by the presentation of the full article.
Recently, I received a comment in response to my article, Discovering Our Super Power after a Traumatic Brain Injury. The individual shared that they were frustrated with being shamed and blamed by someone close to them after their brain injury.
Someone who is close to them who shames and blames them. Shames and blames them for what they are unable to accept.
In response, I shared what I have learned through my own experience. After sharing my response I felt that the information could benefit anyone. Anyone who is living with a brain injury and has someone close to them. Close to them who shames and blames them. Shames and blames them because of what they are unable to accept because of their brain injury.
To read the full article, click on this link: Being Mistreated by Someone Close to Us after a Brain Injury
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