Living with a brain injury — Whose Shame are you Carrying? Video Presentation
Posted by Second Chance to Live on March 24, 2013
Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. I want to thank you for your time. In today’s article I am going to introduce the article: Living with a brain injury – Whose Shame are you Carrying?in video format.
In my experience, I needed to address this question to be able to be able to begin to love and accept myself as an individual living with a brain injury and an invisible disability. .
My motivation is to provide insights to the parents of individuals living with brain injuries. My motive is to provide awareness.
The beauty in living is that we can make a decision to change our behavior at any time. The process of behavior modification usually begins with awareness, that is followed by acceptance and results in action.
Awareness provides the opportunity to address whatever is not in our best interest or in the best interest of the people we love. Acceptance acts like a balm to soften the walls of our resistance and bring us to a place of action.
The action that we take provides the momentum that resolves our guilt and shame.
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