Living with a Traumatic Brain Injury and Feeling Baffled and Confused Part 3
Posted by Second Chance to Live on April 21, 2011
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.
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