In my experience, I needed to make changes to stop feeling helpless. Stop feeling helpless after my brain injury. Changes that helped me to create hope in my life after brain injury.
In my experience, I stopped feeling helpless after my traumatic brain injury when I became willing. Willing to confront my denial and begin the grieving process.
I needed to allow myself to be angry over what I was powerless to change. I then needed to try different things to attempt to prove that my life and relationships were not being impacted by a brain injury.
That my life was not being impacted by a traumatic brain injury that I experienced many years ago. That I could change the impact that my invisible disability was having on my life and relationships.
That I could figure out how to not be affected and impacted by a traumatic brain injury and an invisible disability. That I could figure out and stop allowing my life and relationships to be undermined.
When I resolved that I could not do anything to change what I could not change, I was slowly able to accept my powerlessness. My powerlessness over the impact of my traumatic brain injury and invisible disability. Through my growing acceptance, I began to realize that I could so things differently in my life.
By realizing that I could do things differently, I experienced the power of choice. The power of choice that helped me to get into action. The power to stop doing the same thing over and over again, while getting the same results. The power to begin to create hope in my life, well-being and relationships a little at a time.
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