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Traumatic Brain Injury — Defining Self-Esteem and Self-Acceptance Video Presentation

Posted by Second Chance to Live on April 18, 2015

Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live. I am happy to have you around my table. Several days ago I wrote the article, Traumatic Brain Injury — Defining Self-Esteem and Self-Acceptance. In today’s article, I would like to introduce the video presentation of the article. Defining self-esteem and self-acceptance can be very difficult for anyone. The loss of a sense of self following a brain injury can leave the individual both puzzled and bewildered. In the revised article, Acquired Brain Injury — In Pursuit of Self-Esteem and Self-Acceptance; I share what I discovered that helped me, and continues to help me; to discover my sense of self, self-esteem and self-acceptance as an individual living with the impact of a traumatic brain injury. In the event that the article and video presentation benefits you, please let me know and share the article with anyone whom you believe could benefit. Thank you.

Below is a brief excerpt from the article. As you listen to and watch the presentation of the article and find that the information benefits you, please leave a comment and let me know my friend. Thank you.

“Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. I am happy to have you around my table. In today’s article, I would like to share a revised version of an article that I wrote in November 2009. In this revised version I share several awareness’ that helped, and continue to help me to define self-esteem and self-acceptance for myself.

Acquired Brain Injury — In Pursuit of Self-Esteem and Self-Acceptance (Revised version April 15, 2015)

Originally posted by Second Chance to Live on November 5, 2009

During the past several days I have been thinking about the topic of self-esteem. Last night I attended a meeting and the topic of self-esteem was tabled for discussion. As I listened, reflected and thought about my own experience I realized that several key components had played a significant role in my pursuit of self-esteem and self-acceptance. Performance and relationships.”

To listen to and watch the presentation of the article, you may click on this link: Traumatic Brain Injury — Defining Self-Esteem and Self-Acceptance Video Presentation

In the event that you would like to read the article, in addition to listening to and watching the presentation, you may click on this link: Traumatic Brain Injury — Defining Self-Esteem and Self-Acceptance

You have my permission to share my articles and or video presentations with anyone you believe could benefit, however please attribute me as being the author of the article (s) video presentation (s), and provide a link back to the article (s) on Second Chance to Live. In the event that you have questions, please send those questions to me. All questions are good questions. Thank you. I look forward to hearing from you.Copyright 2007-2015.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Have a great day.

Craig

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