Fear swirled around me, filling my head and controlling my thoughts. Too disoriented to know up from down. I couldn’t pay attention for any length of time and was often agitated and frustrated. These feelings were all based in fear. How was I going to live with a disability? How would I do it? The […]
My crash started me on a journey, darker and more disabling yet more enlightening , than anything I’d ever known. Until rehab, I didn’t know what I didn’t know.
Trauma can set us free by helping us weed out the the things we don’t really need and seek for and cling to the most essential things, like compassion.
Suddenly needing to adapt to different groups of people was tough. My associates changed from co workers and people who were enjoying life to people who seemed to be focused on just getting through the day. One of the new cultures I tried hard to fit into was college.
Are you a head injured driver? The beauty of rehabbing from a head injury is that from 40%-60% of the time, rehab can lead to being able to drive again. The key idea is sometimes. In other words, 40-60% of head injury survivors are unable to drive again.