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It’s Never Too Soon or Too Late to Start Journaling after a Brain Injury

by Marilyn Lash, M.S.W.

Barbara Stahura is a favorite author at Lash and Associates. As a caregiver, spouse, and leader of journaling workshops for survivors of brain injury, she is both empathic and creative in her approach to living with the many changes that come with a brain injury. If you have ever thought about starting a journal as a means of expressing your thoughts, working through your emotions, mourning your losses, and building your dreams – her journaling blog is a great way to get started.  If you are unsure where to begin, Barbara’s tip card on Journaling after Brain Injury  will also help you get started. Her book After Brain Injury: Telling Your Story, A Journaling Workbook  gives you a wealth of journaling prompts, topics and exercises to help you explore how a traumatic brain injury has affected your life, relationships and future.

March 16, 2012

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