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The faith of a brain injury survivor may play a substantial role in recovery. Faith is intangible, but noticeable. Faith impacts performance, interactions, and often, outcomes. Caregivers and survivors develop a faith relationship with a Power greater than self that is a reliable source of strength and ever present in all circumstances. A brain injury, disease, disability, or even death, tests the foundations of faith of everyone.

Grieving Losses due to TBI by Denise Boggs

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Grieving Losses Due to TBI By Denise Boggs & Debbie Leonhard, M.Div., M.A., www.livingwatersministry.com A person with a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) faces many challenges and losses. The caregivers are also having to face their own losses and challenges.  When we grieve, we are facing the pain and sorrow of the losses, touching them, experiencing […]

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Brain Injury Adjustments: Self-Reinvention by Rodney Smith

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Brain Injury Adjustments: Self-Reinvention by Rodney Smith The “A-HA” Moment At some point adjustment occurs during the brain injury recovery journey, and there usually is an “a-ha” moment, if you will, where we realize that big and small changes have taken place.  It is time to make the best of things as they are.  Some […]

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Nurture the Living!! by Cathy Powers

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Nurture the Living!! by Cathy Powers, Author of SUSTAINING POWERS: Rising Above Grief and Loss Which is More Important? What if you had two fruit trees and one of them died? Would you continue to nurture them both?  You had personally devoted many years loving, caring for, and shaping these amazing fruit trees!  You looked […]

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