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Understanding the People we Interact with as Traumatic Brain Injury Survivors— Win / Win Outcomes Part 4 Video Presentation

Posted by Second Chance to Live on April 24, 2014

Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. I am happy to see that you decided to stop by to visit with me. In the event that you have not already watched Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 of this video presentation, I would encourage you to watch Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 in addition to watching Part 4 of this video presentation series. Here are links to Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 of this video presentation series:

Understanding the People we Interact with as Traumatic Brain Injury Survivors—Learning to Accept Our Reality Part 1 Video Presentation

Understanding the People we Interact with as Traumatic Brain Injury Survivors—Learning to Accept Our Reality Part 2 Video Presentation

Understanding the People we Interact with as Traumatic Brain Injury Survivors—Learning to Accept Our Reality Part 3 Video Presentation

In this and the final installment of the 4 part video series – Part 4 –  I share what I attempted to negotiate to arrive at a win / win outcome, given the circumstances. As I have shared in previous parts of this series, the event discussed in this series happened 7 years ago. What I learned through the experience helped me to honor myself in my struggle of living with an invisible disability.

To watch 4th and final part of this series, please click on the following  link: Understanding the People we Interact with as Traumatic Brain Injury Survivors— Win / Win Outcomes Part 4 Video Presentation

To read the 4th part of this series, please click on this link: Understanding the People we Interact with as Traumatic Brain Injury Survivors— Win / Win Outcomes Part 4

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