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Living with a Traumatic Brain Injury and Feeling Baffled and Confused Part 3

Posted by Second Chance to Live on April 21, 2011

If you have not already done so, please read Part 1 and Part 2 of this article. Thank you.

In my experience, I have found that there were many factors that left me feeling baffled and confused. In my experience, I found that these factors existed outside the scope of the injury to my brain. In my experience, I found that these factors were strong contributors to how I saw myself. In my experience, I found that my pain and anguish motivated me to seek out why I joined in on the chorus of those individuals who sought to berate who I was as an individual.

In my experience, I found that I needed to examine the factors that kept me bound. In my experience, I found that I needed to address what I share in the below articles to be able to move on with my life. In my experience, I have found that if nothing changes, it will remain the same. In my experience, I have found that denial does me little good.

To read the below articles, simply click on the title of the article and you will be taken to the article.

Whose shame are you carrying?

So that is the Culprit

Displaced Sadness

Don’t Talk, Don’t Trust, Don’t Feel

The Three Rules Re-Visited – Consequences

What is keeping you stuck?

How fast are you running?

Who is limiting you?

In the event that you would like to be in touch with me, please use my Contact Page. I look forward to hearing from you. All questions are good questions.

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