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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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Every TBI generates some degree of loss. Each injury, though unique and different, has one thing in common — loss. Whatever the loss may be, recognizing the stages of grieving will help us process the loss.

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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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Sowing into people’s lives can be as simple as a smile, being a good listener, donating something you no longer use, or want to keep, to a charity. Or, be kind to someone expecting nothing in return. What are you willing to do for the living around you?

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