Second Chance to Live

Sharing Hope in the Face of Adversity — One Piece at a Time

Archive for the ‘Traumatic Brain Injury and You’ Category

Second Chance to Live no Longer Posting Articles on Facebook

Posted by Second Chance to Live on February 18, 2015

Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live. I am happy to have you around my table. For the past 3 years or so I have been posting my articles and video presentations on Facebook. I have done this to be of service to people using the social networking provided by Facebook. Over the past month or so I have noticed a decline in the amount of people viewing the articles and video presentations that I have posted on Facebook. I am not quite sure what has created the decline in viewing. I asked people in various groups, how they had been benefited from the articles and video presentations that I have been sharing for the past 3 years or so, and I received little response. Because of the lack of response, I interpreted that Second Chance to Live was not meeting a need in the Facebook community or groups.

During the past 3 years or so I have invested a tremendous amount of time in providing a service to the Facebook Community and Facebook groups. With the lack of feedback and apparent disinterest I made the decision to begin to channel my time and energy away from Facebook and Facebook Groups. As I have shared in my About Page, for many years I felt like some one all dressed up with no where to go, although I diligently applied myself in my desire to be of service. Very few people seemed to want what I had to give. When I created Second Chance to Live in February 2007, I found a way to share what I had to give in ways that worked for me. I also found that many people and organizations, both domestically and internationally; wanted what I had to give. Click on this link Organizations to see them.

In my experience, for many years; I felt as though there was some thing wrong with me, because I was trying to give to people who did not want what I had to give. For quite some time I have felt similar feelings reminiscent of what I experienced for many years — on Facebook and in the different Facebook groups. Based on my experience and the similarities I have made the decision to stop posting my articles and video presentations on Facebook or on Facebook groups. For individuals, who I have met on Facebook and through the different Facebook groups, who are interested in what I have to give, please visit Second Chance to Live to read my articles and watch my video presentations. As an alternative to coming to Second Chance to Live you may subscribe to Second Chance to Live by clicking here: Subscribe

By subscribing to Second Chance to Live, through the Subscribe link, you will receive a copy of the article (s) that / when I write and publish them on Second Chance to Live, in your email in box. By requesting you to come to directly to Second Chance to Live, or that you subscribe; you will be empowered by making the effort to gain what I have to give and I will feel as though I am giving to the people who want what I have to give of myself. In the process, we will have a much healthier relationship.

As you listen to, watch or read my articles and questions come to mind, please send those questions to mind. All questions are good questions. In the event that you would like to leave a comment, I would love to hear from you. To do so, please use the below contact form. I will respond to your comments and questions. I look forward to hearing from you.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Have a great day.

Craig

Receive more articles like this one simply by clicking on Subscribe to Second Chance to Live by email.

Subscribe to Second Chance to Live, Bookmark and Share Second Chance to Live with your friends through a Feed Reader

Subscribe in a reader

All material presented on Second Chance to Live is copyright and cannot be, copied, reproduced, or distributed in any way without the express, written consent of Craig J. Phillips, MRC, BA Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs CC BY-NC-ND

Posted in Accomplish a Goal through Principles, acquired brain injury and feeling alienated, Acquired Brain Injury and Hope, Acquired Brain Injury and Overcoming feelings of Alienation, Acquired Brain Injury and Suicide, Acquired Brain Injury Recovery Support, Adult Children of Alcoholics living with traumatic / acquired brain injuries, brain injured soldiers, Brain Injury Education, Brain injury Recovery Support, Brain Injury Rehabilitation and Recovery, building self esteem as a traumatic brain injury survivor, Caregivers for people with traumatic / acquired brain injuries, celebrities with brain injuries, combating brain injury isolation, Completely Projects and Finding Freedom from Perfectionism, Completing Goals and a freedom from Perfectionism, Completing Projects and freedom from a fear of failure, Completing Projects and No such thing as Failure, Educational Resource for Brain Injury Rehabilitation and Recovery, Empowered by Adversity, Empowering Adult Children of Alcoholics living with a brain injury, Empowering Adult Children of Alcoholics living with Brain Injuries, Empowering Caregivers for People with traumatic / acquired brain injuries, Empowering Families impacted by Brain Injuries, Empowering Individuals with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Empowering Individuals with Special Needs, Empowerment and Inspirational Speaker, Empowerment Speaker, Families impacted by brain injuries, Finding Freedom From Perfectionism, Finding practical hope as a tbi survivor, finding your bliss, Freedom from Societal Stigmatization, Frontal Lobe Recovery Resource, Fulfilling your Destiny, Goal setting and brain injury recovery, Handling and Being Empowered by Adversity, Harnish Your Adveristy, How to Make Peace with God, How to make peace with yourself, How to Overcome a Fear of Failure, Improving Self-Esteem, Improving Self-Worth, inding freedom from perfectionism as a traumatic brain injury survivor, Keynote Speaker, Keynote Speaker for Addressing and Overcoming Adveristy, Keynote Speaker for Special Needs Teachers, Learning to Accept Yourself as a brain injury survivor, Learning to Excel as a traumatic brain injury survivor, Learning to Love Yourself as a brain injury survior, life challenging experiences, liviing with a brain injury and overcoming feelings of shame, Living an Abundant Life after Brain Injury, living life on life's terms, living with a brain injury, Living with a brain injury and being empowered, Living with a Brain Injury and Fulfilling your Dreams, Living with a Brain Injury and Hope, Living with a brain injury and overcoming feelings of shame, Living with a Disability, Living with a disability and overcoming being bullied, Living with a Invisible Disability and feeling shame, living with a traumatic / acquired brain injury, Living with a traumatic brain injury and enhancing your recovery process, Living with a traumatic brain injury and feeling shame, living with a traumatic brain injury and overcoming a feeling of shame, living with meaning and purpose, Living with meaning and purpose after bran injury, Meaning and Purpose, messages of hope, messages of hope and inspiration, Mild Traumatic Brain Injury, military families affected by traumatic brain injuries, Military Personell impacted by Traumatic Brain Injuries, Military Traumatic Brain Injury Support Meetings, Motivaional Speaker, Motivational / Inspirational Speaker, No Longer a Victim, Overcome Being Bullied, Overcoming a Fear of Failure, Overcoming Adversity, Overcoming being Bullied, Overcoming Peer Pressure, Overcoming Societal Stigmatizatio, Overcoming Societal Stigmatization, Parents of children living with a brain injury, Parents of children with Acquired brain injuries, Resources for Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery, Revealing your Destiny, Soldiers and Marines who sustained traumatic brain injuries, spiritual progress rather than spiritual perfection, Suicide and Hope, tbi adults, tbi children, tbi families, tbi veterans, Trauma and Adversity, traumatic / acquired brain injury, Traumatic / Acquired Brain Injury and Anger, Traumatic Brain Injury and being Bullied, Traumatic Brain Injury and Being Empowered, Traumatic Brain Injury and Comfort, Traumatic Brain Injury and Freedom from Isolation, traumatic brain injury and frustration, Traumatic Brain Injury and Hope, Traumatic Brain Injury and Learning, Traumatic Brain Injury and Overcoming Feelings of Alienation, Traumatic Brain Injury and Overcoming Frustration, Traumatic Brain Injury and Significance, Traumatic Brain Injury and Suicide, Traumatic Brain Injury and What is my Destiny?, Traumatic Brain Injury and You, traumatic brain injury feeling alienated isolated, traumatic brain Injury in adults, Traumatic Brain Injury in children, Traumatic Brain Injury Motivational Speaker, Traumatic Brain Injury Research and Resources, Traumatic Brain Injury Self-Esteem and Self-Worth, Traumatic Brain Injury Support Groups / Meetings, traumatic brain injury treatment, Veterans Living with Brain Injuries, What is my Destiny?, Workshop Leader | Tagged: , | Leave a Comment »

 
Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 265 other followers

%d bloggers like this: