I have been adaptive skiing for the past 3-4 years. I have going 2-3 times per year. Today was my best performance skiing. I am pretty close to going totally independent. A special thanks to Mike and Robyn Corwin. I hope you can find hope in this story that whatever you do in life takes […]
My Introduction To My Book
For those who need or want to look at things differently. Another way to look at life is to expand our minds. Here is the introduction to my book Truth, Love, and HOPE about Traumatic Brain Injury. Introduction The optimist sees the opportunities in every difficulty, and the pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity. […]
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Brian injury is misunderstood by many people. You just don’t “get over brain injury.“ It affects your whole life, your relationships, Who you are as a person. Nothing is the same anymore. Brain injury is a lifelong battle with very good days and very very bad days. if you know someone with a brain injury […]
What defines you?
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a thing that cannot be cured. My question is how do I base my whole identity on my brain injury? It is literally running my life because I define myself as a brain injured person. I have to make accommodations my whole life because of it; it is not going […]
Introduction The optimist sees the opportunities in every difficulty and the pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity. Winston Churchill It may be hard for some to imagine that there was a point in my life when I had no idea what a TBI meant. The diagnosis is Traumatic Brain Injury. This devastating diagnosis […]
Chapter 5 – A New Normal, Disability?
Chapter 5 A New Normal, Disability? “Disabilities Can Teach Us How to Live” -Richard C. Senelick- “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” ― Mahatma Gandhi My focus this chapter is on disability. I will address three types of disabilities. I shift to one form of impairment […]