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“X-Ray” Eyes

“X-Ray” Eyes

One important key to surviving a TBI is being able to adapt to the many changes that a Survivor must now face. If you are a TBI Survivor you have survived something that is unbelievable. I admire your strength and courage. My mother once told me...

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Play to your strengths

Play to your strengths

A Brain Injury Survivor needs to learn how to Play to their Strengths.  In fact, this is important for everyone.  We have much more to gain when we focus on our strengths than if we try to repair our weaknesses.  As we go through life we often...

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The “Mind’s I”

The “Mind’s I”

We are not our Brain. This statement might sound confusing but there is a growing body of research in the neurosciences that support this claim.  I see myself as a scientist working in my body’s laboratory.  My Ph.D. is my ‘Personal Health...

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Do We know Anything ?

Do We know Anything ?

What colour is this dress ? Is the dress blue and black or is it white and gold ? There was much debate on the internet about the colour of this dress. Of the people who responded to this question, 67 % stated that the dress was obviously white...

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Self-Care Practices

Self-Care Practices

The Statistics surrounding COVID-19 cases sounds quite frightening.  I feel some anxiety about this pandemic as I have a compromised immune system thanks to my motorcycle accident back in 1997.  In my accident, one of the injuries I...

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Meditation and TBI

Meditation and TBI

Meditation: Keeping my Brain quiet has helped me heal from a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Meditation has been a powerful way for me to connect with the field of silent awareness underneath my thoughts. My thoughts are like bait to a fish. If I...

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