Traumatic Brain Injury – How to be a Brain Injury Advocate – In Conclusion Part 5
Posted by Second Chance to Live on January 25, 2011
Being a brain injury advocate does not have to be a grand event. The process of advocating for ourselves and for other traumatic brain injury survivors is a simple, but persistent process – by educating one person at a time. We may not be able to change everyone’s mind, but we can do our part.
Although we may not be able to change some people’s minds – no matter how much time and effort we put into trying to convince them of our realities – you and I can plant seeds. Through becoming aware and by helping other people to become aware, assumed ignorance no longer limit you or I my friend.
“I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.” Mother Teresa
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