Second Chance to Live, Thoughts and Quotes to Inspire Video Presentation
Posted by Second Chance to Live on May 8, 2013
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“I am a traumatic brain injury survivor, but I am not my brain injury. Society may put me in a box through stigmatization, but I do not have to live in that box. People may want to dismiss, discount, minimize and marginalize who I am, but I do not have to be limited by short sightedness. Instead, I am free to fly like a bird out of a cage that has been opened for me by my acceptance of who I am as a uniquely qualified individual.”
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