I love this image Of standing in the ocean, in waist deep waters, taking the waves as the come Some you can jump over Some knock you down a bit But there you are, waiting, in between each one Enjoying the stillness in between Loving the feeling of having palms flat on the ocean Feeling … Continue reading Waiting in the Waves
Living with a brain injury can often feel like trying to navigate one of those large corn mazes. You feel that things are going well until you hit a dead end. Then you start to re-evaluate where you stand in life and every decision that has lead you to that point. Living … Continue reading 5 Lessons Learned from Parenting with a Brain Injury
Step right up. Spin the wheel of diagnoses. What will this doctor diagnose you with today? Getting a definitive diagnosis may be extremely difficult when dealing with a brain injury. It took me almost 3 years before a doctor used the term Post Concussion Syndrome or brain injury. To diagnose the initial concussion may come … Continue reading The Wheel of Diagnoses
Every story needs a beginning. I guess it's a good place to start. In the wee morning hours of Feb 20, 2014 I was closed-eyed, wandering into my third son's room to breast feed him. The third child is supposed to be the easiest, or at least easier than the first two. But mine … Continue reading The Beginning
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