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My Brain Changed. Now What?


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Last week Tammy and Barry discussed the meet up events for this year? Have you signed up yet? Look for Brain ACT on FB to stay in the know.

Hello Friends!!!! We want to continue to have the conversations about stress. Let's do it again. What are you doing to be less stressed? Call us or talk about on the Brain ACT FB Support Group WE LOVE YOU!!!!

Hello Friends! How did you do on getting some sleep? Stress and brain injury! Take a look at this... more

YAWN! After a brain injury you get a little sleepy. I know I slept alot. There were days when I had no clue what day it was. My sleeping patterns changed as the healing process began. Many times I stayed awake and in silence. Let's talk... more

Hello Friends! What get's you going everyday? I know for me, I am so excited to wake up everyday and keep things moving forward. Join us for an open discussion on doctor's appointments, family, caregivers, or anything that you... more

Thank you everyone for joining us each week. Tammy and Barry make things soooo smooth. Do you have a community event you want to share or do you have a support group that you need to get the word out? Join us. Below are... more

Let's raise Awareness! Last week we touched briefly about getting screened. Easier said then done right? Join us as we chat about raising awareness with walks, silent auctions, and support groups.

Happy New Year to all of you and Welcome 2016! Our discussion: Are brain aneurysm hereditary? Below is a link to John Hopkins about... more

Thank you Amy and Tammy for sharing your experiences. Your lives help others. This show will close out 2015 with a discussion about support groups and how they help. Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a dynamic 2016! May you be... more

Anxiety was a hot topic for us. Everyone has different experiences with their recovery. Most importantly we want to help support you. Let's talk about it