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When and How to Disclose Your TBI

March 20th, 2018|Blog|

Survivor Series #3—Disclosure with Nancy Freeman, Facilitator Disclosure. It’s a touchy subject especially when you have an “invisible injury,” such as a Traumatic Brain Injury. Yes, it can be easier to disclose your [...]

Keys to Re-empowerment after a Brain Injury

March 5th, 2018|Blog|

Keys to Re-empowerment after a Brain Injury Our bodies want to naturally heal and operate at optimal condition. Take that little cut on your finger, for example. You don’t have to do much [...]

Successful Survivor Panel: Living with a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

February 7th, 2018|Blog|

Being part of a community may be just what the doctor ordered. More and more medical research is revealing the health benefits of social connection, which has been proven to have the same [...]

Brain Fog

April 30th, 2016|Blog|

For me, brain fog was like walking in molasses. That’s how I would describe my mental state after my MTBI, caused by a horse accident in 2001. Before my brain injury, I was high functioning, [...]

MTBI Tip for Families – Lack of Initiation

March 20th, 2016|Blog|

One of the complications that can show up after your family member has suffered a brain injury, whether it is severe or a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI) or a concussion, is called lack of [...]

Manage Energy for Efficient Use of Time

March 15th, 2016|Blog|

Recently, I watched a YouTube video presentation by Tony Schwartz to a group of Google employees. Tony Schwartz is a best selling author and Peak Performance Expert who helps organizations perform at their best. His [...]

3 Habits of Highly Effective MTBI Survivors

March 5th, 2016|Blog|

1. Sleep, Sleep, Sleep whenever and wherever possible.  When you feel tired, overwhelmed or experience “foggy brain,” take a break.  Rest or take a 10 to 20 walk, do yoga or meditate. I know you [...]